Category Archives: Raspberry Pi
Since Visual Studio 2015 it is possible to develop software in C++ for linux systems. This is pretty great if you are planning on developing software for a Raspberry Pi. Advertisements
In order to have your raspberry screen always on just edit the file /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf: Look for the line Change it to then save and reboot.
When it comes to run a script at Ubuntu/Raspbian startup it may be a pain. Where are some ways of doing it:
This guide is confirmed to work with MEO Technicolor TG784n v3 firmware v10.2.1.L but may be used as a reference for different firmware versions or different router models.
If you need to take a screenshot on Raspbian you will find that the PrintScreen key does not work at all. Here is a solution for that!
If you need to rotate your screen in Raspbian you will find that it is not as simple as you are used to.
If you need your python program to emulate a mouse movement/click or a key press here is what you need to do.