to your Raspberry Pi remotely with VNC is fine as long as your Pi
does not reboot. If it does, then you either have to connect with SSH
and restart the VNC Server or arrange for the VNC Server to run
automatically after the Raspberry Pi reboots.
are several different methods of arranging for some code to be run as
the Pi starts. The method described below is probably the easiest to
use. You can adapt it to run other commands instead of starting the
a Terminal session on the Pi, or connect using SSH. A new terminal or
SSH session will automatically start you off in your home directory
of /home/pi. If you are not in this directory, change
to it by typing:
cd to the .config directory by typing:
the '.' at the start of the folder name. This makes it a hidden
folder that will not show up when you type 'ls'.
the command below to create a new directory inside .config called
into that new directory by typing:
that remains is to edit a new configuration file. So type the
following command to open the nano editor on the new file:
the contents of the file with the following text.
ctrl-X and then Y to save the changes to the file.
all there is to it. The next time you reboot the VNC server will