I’ve been testing two Raspberry Pi KVM over IP devices: The TinyPilot Voyager and the PiKVM v3. What do they do? How well do they do it? Find out how you can get complete control over any PC or Mac over a network, and which of these devices you should pick to do it.
TinyPilot Voyager: https://tinypilotkvm.com
PiKVM v3 Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mdevaev/pikvm-v3-hat
UPDATE: The PiKVM Kickstarter is over; the HAT should hopefully be available soon on PiShop.us: https://www.pishop.us/product/pikvm-v3-hat-for-raspberry-pi-4/
My Dad’s analog VU meter clock kit: https://amzn.to/3AyhJ7Q (he somehow has all the fun little desktop accessories!)
#RaspberryPi #Homelab #KVM
00:00 – Intro
00:53 – Why use a KVM?
02:26 – TinyPilot vs Pi-KVM Overview
05:00 – The Cathedral and the Bazaar
05:59 – KVM Qualifications
07:25 – Remote Access in Radio
09:37 – Pi-KVM ATX Setup
10:18 – TinyPilot Setup
11:39 – Web UI
12:35 – Which is best for radio?
13:25 – Latency and Lag
15:28 – KVM Deployment Tips
16:13 – Recommendations