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I've created a shell script that is setting up things for me and my colleagues. This script is the first thing to be run on a clean Rasbian installation.

Problems:

  • at this time, the keyboard is not configured correctly, so even the simple task of running the script becomes difficult, because we don't find the special keys to enter / in the shell
  • it's easy to forget running the script

Therefore I'm looking for a way to run the script automatically at second startup (at first startup, Raspbian will resize the partition).

Since we're totally Windows-based, I only have access to /boot and I can modify files there only. Is it possible to run it with these limitations?

Other options like mounting in a VM or booting the Pi and modifying other files are just not convenient enough, so it won't be used.

marked as duplicate by Ghanima Aug 31 '16 at 20:20

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  • re problem one, print a cheatsheet for your developers, that's no excuse ;) Hint: / is on the key labelled "-", the one next to the right shift key. WRT the second issue, I have the feeling that has been asked before. – Ghanima Aug 31 '16 at 19:53
  • If there's a technical solution I prefer it over an organizational solution. – Thomas Weller Aug 31 '16 at 20:09
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    Check this out raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/33817/… – Ghanima Aug 31 '16 at 20:14
  • I would have closed as duplicate myself after my edit were approved. Seems I'm a second too late... – Thomas Weller Aug 31 '16 at 20:48

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