Here are some simple instructions – along with a custom image of Raspbian Jessie-Lite – the some might find useful for automating Python code automatically on boot:
10.09.2016 Black Mesa Labs is a huge fan of both the Arduino community and the Raspberry Pi community. Arduino’s make it really simple to do embedded tasks that don’t require a ton of horsepower ( flashing LEDs, etc ) where-is the RaspberryPi platform provides the full power ( and complexity ) of a complete Linux workstation for as little as $5 ( Pi Zero ). Unfortunately, embedding a $5 Linux workstation isn’t always what you really want to do. You want to embed software into something like an Arduino that you apply power to and it then does something pre-programmed, no mouse, no login, no screen or keyboard required. Wouldn’t it be great for non-SysAdmins to have a easy to use RaspberryPi solution for booting Linux and running a single predetermined piece of software like an Arduino does? Keep reading, Black Mesa Labs has a solution…
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