When you get errors with running commands on your Raspberry Pi like “warning: Setting locale failed.” you can fix this by updating the locale file in the OS. You can do this by typing:
pi@raspberrypi ~ $sudo nano /etc/default/locale
on your Raspberry Pi command line or in your Terminal window from your Mac when connected to the Raspberry Pi.
Next you have to change the following lines within the editor that just opened: Continue reading →
To access the files on your Raspberry Pi on your Mac Finder you can install the appletalk protocol on the Pi by typing the following commands on the Raspberry Pi.
pi@raspberrypi ~ $sudo apt-get install netatalk
This lets you use the following (in the terminal on your Mac) to connect to the Pi
yourmac:~ username$ open afp:/10.1.1.10
Now you will see the Raspberry Pi appearing in your Mac Network where you will need to login on (default user/pass), to see access the files and folders.
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