This time it’s all about getting the Raspberry Pi to boot into kiosk mode and automatically showing our dashboard.
Last time I installed dashing to the raspberry pi, this time I want to fill it with meaningful data so that it can do meaningful things.
I will add a couple of jenkins build status monitors.
After having successfully set up the Raspberry Pi it’s time to add some value.
The first project will be to have a Dashing board up and running.
Finally I got my first own raspberry pi
\o/ and now it’s time to set it up.
The one I have is from the famous german distributor called Reichelt, which by itself is not that relevant (besides of the nearly unbeatable price), but the
important thing about it is the equipment it is shipped with: an Edimax wireless USB adapter with Realtek RTL8188CUS controller, compatible to 8192cu.