Late to the party, however I think I have solution for you.
As Ingo mentioned, in this tutorial custom image is used for emulation. However it does not mean you can't emulate official one like raspbian-buster-lite image. This image also contains all necessary files for QEMU emulation, however they are named differently. Also you can only emulate this kernel ...
You could use cron for this. To schedule a cron job, you will use the crontab utility. Start by reading the man pages for cron and crontab. You could also search the Internet for information resources, and find something similar to this guide.
Once you have the gist (general idea) of this, try this from the command line of your RPi:
For those who prefer a solution involving only scripts dropped into the FAT32 boot partition, here is how to do that. As mentioned in other answers, it involves the command-line arguments with which the Linux kernel is started. Those arguments are in /boot/cmdline.txt.
I have tested this on Raspbian Buster (v10.1) 2019-09-26. It works on a newly flashed SD ...
You can set a command for your python code to run at every start-up. All that you need is just add a command to rc.local using this command:
sudo nano /etc/rc.local
Add the following command for python2 to the file before exit 0:
sudo python2 /path/to/file.py
And add the following command for python3:
sudo python3 /path/to/file.py
If your code is ...
So, it turns out I did not have enough power and I was using a lot of the pins. I also may have accidentally damaged something as well. I have decided to get a refund (which was successful) and just buy a new one from canakit. I will try to be more careful. Usually, Amazon is good with returns.
You Don't flash a SD card with NOOBS you have to format the SD card then copy NOOBS on to it.
NOTE this is harder, takes longer, wastes 1.3GB of your SD card and is almost impossible to update, which is why most of us DON'T use NOOBS
NOTE the The Boot Problems Sticky doesn't really apply to NOOBS - it is geared at Raspbian boot problems.
I think the board is hardbricked, and needs to be replaced. Nothing I tried made it work. I do find it weird that the system still has power, including the GPIO, on which I've connected a small cooling fan. The fan still spins when connected, but the RPI doesn't even get to the point where it reads the ssh file on the boot partition.
Please take note that using /etc/rc.local has limitations due to Compatibility with SysV. We have seen many problems here on this site using it. Following the recommendation of the developers from systemd you should avoid using it. You should use a systemd Unit file to start your script as service. Start with the following Unit file. If it doesn't work you ...
I have same problem with an 16GB SD card of Samsung. After trying all the software solutions available on internet i moved onto hardware issues and figured out there is very small crack on the SD card that can not be observed easily. i observed it with flashlight.
Its cause was the SD slot of raspberry pi. I put the PI in my backpack where he received some ...
I had the same problem, but because my dhcp server managed two interfaces, it didn't crash on error.
I add multiple After= in its unit file /lib/systemd/system/isc-dhcp-server.service:
So I am sure it starts when the services using my wifi card are done starting.
I could also add a ExecStartPre=sleep 10, for ...