Will
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Show login prompt on boot
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Here's what I would do. Install a Debian or other Linux Virtual Machine on your Mac (VirtualBox is good for this). You'll need this to access the Linux-formatted filesystems on the SDCard. Shut down ...

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NGINX and uWSGI work but don't begin at startup
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The "right way" to do this is to create a systemd service. Put the following in /etc/systemd/system/uwsgi.service (make sure to change /path/to/project/directory): [Unit] Description=uWSGI instance ...

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MySQL 5.7 on Raspberry Pi
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The problem is that /etc/init.d/mysql.server is looking for MySQL in the wrong place. You are correct that copying the binary will cause problems. One way to fix it would be to edit this file, and ...

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Raspberry Hardware simulator to practice on
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I'm not sure how you'd emulate the GPIO, but, setting up Raspbian under an emulator is completely possible, and explained [here (Raspberry Pi Emulation Using qemu-user-static)](https://wiki.debian.org/...

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PHP Script to Change DHCP Configuration
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This will happen because /etc/dhcpcd.conf is owned by root. On my Raspbian Jessie system, this is what the permissions look like: -rw-rw-r-- 1 root netdev 1247 Oct 17 00:22 /etc/dhcpcd.conf We can ...

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Wake console screen with SSH
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To avoid a chmod, you can just use sudo tee to write to the console: echo -ne "\033[9;0]" | sudo tee /dev/tty1

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Is there a Pi Simulator application for Debian?
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The big reason it's hard to emulate on your likely-x86/x86_64 computer is that the Raspberry Pi uses an ARM CPU with the armv7l architecture. So, you'd have to emulate the processor architecture as ...

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