Create a remot3.it account:
- Open any browser on your PC/Mac/Linux system and goto the link below to create
a free user account for remot3.it. https://developer.weaved.com/portal/index.php If you already have a Weaved account you can skip this step.
Register your Pi to your remot3.it account:
Now you are ready to set-up remot3.it on your Pi. In order to use remot3.it you must first install the remot3.it bulk service on your Pi. Type the following command to get started.
you should see the following menu in your terminal window:
select menu item 1 and sign in to your Weaved (remot3.it) account. Use the email and password you used to create your Weaved account above.
after you sign in you will see the menu below in your terminal window.
select menu item 1 to Attach/reinstall Weaved to a Service. You will now see the Protocol Selection Menu.
First we will install the remot3.it service. This registers your Pi to your remot3.it account and lets you send bulk commands to any device in your fleet. In order to use remot3.it you must first install this remot3.it service. (Fleet management) by selecting menu item 1.
Follow the on-screen messages and give your Pi a device name (ex. my_Pi). You can change the name later. For now just give it a unique name that doesn't conflict with any other device name in your account. Once the remot3.it service is installed you will be presented again with the Protocol Selection Menu.
Go thru the process again to enable any other TCP services (ex. SSH) for remote access on your Pi. We recommend installing remot3.it for SSH on port 22 to get started.
When you are done just select 6 (Return to previous menu) and Exit out of the installer menus.
That's it. You made it! Now you can connect to your Pi from anywhere and also upload shell scripts to execute across one or multiple Pis.
That's it. You're done. Now go to https://remot3.it/app and login.
You will see your Pi in the "Manage Devices" view. Click on the "Device Name" to connect !
see videos here for connection and script usage:
Sample script and how to run it on your Pi fleet: