It might be useful to use a second tinypilot to control the autopilot over wifi using the lcd/keypad and remote interface.
Set the second tinypilot to use remote address for lcd interface:
$ ssh email@example.com password: pypilot $ nano ~/.pypilot/hat.conf
“host”:“localhost”,“actions”… with “host”:“192.168.14.1”,“actions”…
$ nano /opt/bootlocal
$ filetool.sh -b
To take out of remote mode will simply reverse the above steps. In client mode it may be difficult to ssh into the remote tinypilot without knowing the ip address. This is normally listed on the wifi display (version 0.32 and newer) typically pypilot.io/wifi. It may also be found with nmap
$ nmap -sT 192.168.14.0/24