Access and control Raspberry Pi remotely with RaspCTL

Final Word

The ability to access and run commands on Raspberry Pi remotely can come in handy in many situations, and RaspCTL combined with RaspCTL Dynamic DNS allows you to do just that through a user-friendly web interface. Add in the basic monitoring, services management, radio streaming, and alarm features, and you have a rather useful solution that deserves a place on your Raspberry Pi.


  1. RaspCTL:
  2. RaspCTL Dynamic DNS:
  3. RaspCTL Dynamic DNS sign-up page:

Der Autor

Dmitri Popov holds a degree in Russian language and computer linguistics. He has been writing exclusively about Linux and open source software for several years, and his articles have appeared in Danish, British, North American, German, and Russian magazines and websites.

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