Connecting Google Chrome to Raspberry Pi

Connect Google Chrome to Raspberry Pi

This time, using an extension of Google Chrome “Secure Shell”, and describes how to connect with SSH to the Raspberry Pi.

Secure Shell is SSH connection software to install and use the Google Chrome.It can be easily connected in the same setting, even a different PC by installing in Chrome.

First of all, you can connect Raspberry Pi to the network, then please enable to SSH.
How to enable to SSH..? Run the “raspi-config”command on the root user, then setting “Advanced Options→SSH” to enable.

Installing the Secure Shell

For installing the Secure Shell, It necessary to install Google Chrome.
Start Chrome then Please go to the following site.
You can install from “Free” button.
When the installation is successful, “Settings” → “Tools” → you can migrate from the “extension” to the options screen of Secure Shell.You can change the display color, such as in the bellow.

How to use

Start Chrome, and Secure Shell will be migrated. When you choose “New Connection” you can set new connection. previously connected the host, It will be shown on the list.

  • 1.You can also assign a name easy to understand the connection.
  • 2.Log-in user name
  • 3.Destination host name
  • 4.Named port of destination
  • 5.Setting the SSH relay server

Click “connection” In order to start Connection.

When the first connection,It ill be displayed “Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? “please type “yes”.

Then it prompts you for a password.

What to do if you can not connect

Re-install Raspberry Pi OS. When you connect to pre-installed Raspberry Pi on the Secure Shell, It may be displayed the following message.

This message is a warning to determine was swapped Raspberry Pi.

And become such a state, it will not be able to connect with Secure Shell.
As a solution method, It needs remove the relevant sections of the known_hosts,and the Delete the following steps in the Secure Shell.

  • 1.Start Secure Shell, then choose” Settings”→”Tools”→”JavaScript console”
  • 2.Please type “term_.command.removeAllKnownHosts()” then press Enter.
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