disable wifi / bluetooth¶
add the following to
change the cpu clock speed of the pi with the cpu governor. There's more and better explanation about this on kernel.org available.
check available governors:
the output will look like this:
conservative ondemand userspace powersave performance schedutil
check current governor:
change cpu governor:
note, this will reset after a reboot. use something like cpufrequtils to apply a persistent configuration.
to reduce power consumption, use
powersave instead of performance.
read-only sd card¶
when running updates, don't forget to make the filesystems read write:
and afterwards, read only again:
disable onboarding screen for configuration¶
when using the desktop version of raspbian / raspberry pi os but the system has already been configured
disable mouse cursor on touch screens¶
[Seatsection of the file, edit like so:
autostart application on boot¶
this is just another perfect example why linux on a desktop environment is just not ready yet and will never be ready. ^fd392a
create a script to start your application, I put mine in
/usr/local/bin/start_app.sh with these contents:
the command part might be the important one for you, for me also the
working-directory thing was important. make this script executable:
chmod +x /usr/local/bin/start_app.sh
edit the file
/etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart as root:
and add this line:
since it's linux, things might work or might not.
credit for all this mess