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Raspberry PiOS "Bookworm", Wayland and VNC "Pi to Pi"


Wayland Disabled on the P5 (Or Bookworm on a Pi with <1GB of memory)

RealVNC server and viewer behave as for "Bullseye" etc.

Normal mode

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(Auto-)Logged In

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Login Screen (Display connected)

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Login Screen (No Display connected - "Headless" )

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Logged In - "Headless"

Virtual mode (started via a SSH connection)

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Initial Normal Connection to check virtual server name
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Virtual Mode, Display Connected

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Virtual Mode, No Display Connected

Wayland Enabled on the P5

TigerVNC Viewer needed ("Bookworm" or "Bullseye" apt installed Versions, Buster version "too old/incompatible")

P400BullVNC#1.jpeg

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Auto-login needed for "Headless Resolution" to be activated ie. No Login Screen

However the RealVNC Viewer will still work under "Bookworm" when connecting to a Pi running "Buster", "Bullseye" or "Bookworm" w/o Wayland active.

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P5 Bookworm/Wayland & RealVNC Viewer to P400 Buster/X

A "Chain of three" Pi's - P400 (Buster) - P4B (Bullseye) - P5 (Bookworm)

RealVNC-TigerVNC-wayvnc#1s.jpg

A Second "Chain of three" Pi's - P400 (Buster) - P4B (Bookworm) - P5 (Bookworm)

This time connected to different inputs of the Bush TV used as the display. HDMI1, HDMI2 and PC(VGA) via the Raspberry Pi Micro-HDMI to VGA cable.

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See also this uHDMI-to-VGA page: A quick test of a micro-HDMI to VGA adapter

X-Forwarding via a PuTTY session

PuTTY-Pi5-FontsEtcs.jpg

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2024-02-11 21:49