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I put a small fan over it and that apparently fixed it. The voltage issue was confusing because it was in tolerance but maybe it was just too hot.


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Please note that using /etc/rc.local is deprecated since years. It 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. Failing functionality of rc.local is expected in respect to the last sentence of the Compatibility ...


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I never understood why Python produces so much useless information when something goes wrong. The key problem here seems: rc.local[516]: OSError: [Errno 101] Network is unreachable At the time that rc.local starts, the network is apparently not yet available. Your python code does not handle this well. It should probably test whether the network is ...


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That guide was written in 2015, and presumably working on up-to-date Raspbian. You didn't specify which version you are using, but I would try to use the one from https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspbian/images/raspbian-2015-02-02/ and see if that one works better. Note that upstart was abandoned in 2014, so it's quite likely the version you're trying to ...


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These suggestions are based on experience from Linux on x86 machines, rather than the RasPi. In my experience, whole-disk encryption is bad for performance, is tricky to troubleshoot and makes upgrades difficult. I would avoid it. What is preferable is to leave the root partition unencrypted, but keep a separate /home partition, where all your used data ...


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Use class 10 type (good quality) SD card and use this for flashing the image. Verify the version of Raspbian OS with RPi board revision and flash that OS.


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One easier way is to set Rpi to boot into terminal mode (multi-user.target) by 'sudo systemctl set-default multi-user.target', and reboot. Once it reboots, you can remove the autostart, and revert to graphical environment by doing 'sudo systemctl set-default graphical.target' and rebooting.


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Don't try to start foreground applications from /etc/rc.local. made a log.text to know what's happening \O/ You are possibly the only person I've seen take this time and confusion saving step here in the context of this very common problem -- we get at least one post a week here about this issue, most of them insisting "my script isn't being run",...


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