I use Putty to connect to the Raspberry Pi, so that I don’t need to connect a screen and keyboard to the Pi. I just fire up Putty from a computer on the same network and then use that computer’s screen and keyboard to control the Pi. Read the installation instructions (and the legal information) before installing Putty.
Once you have launched Putty, enter the network address and port of the Pi into the boxes, and click connect.
You’ll then see a login screen. Enter the login credentials as supplied by the place you downloaded the Raspberry Pi image from (I got my image from the Domoticz website – use the Raspberry Pi file. More instructions available here).
You’ll then be able to change the folder you are looking in to domoticz.
Type cd domoticz and press enter.
pi@domoticzpi ~/domoticz $
will be displayed.
That’s it! You’re connected to your Pi and you can command it from any computer with Putty installed on your home network.