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PiBakery as an easier way to bootstrap?

A project log for Raspberry Pi Zero W desk clock

An LED desk clock driven by NTP on a Pi Zero W

Nick SayerNick Sayer 03/21/2017 at 15:031 Comment

One of the problems inherent with this project is how to go from a blank SD card to getting a Pi Zero on WiFi and running the clock code.

A quick google for customizing Raspbian images led me to PiBakery. This looks like the easiest way to get the job done.

To that end, I'm going to see if I can develop a PiBakery block to fetch, compile and start the clock daemon. If I can do that, then there's also a prospect for sharing a canned PiBakery configuration that will create an SD card to just do everything required and write an SD card in one step.

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0E800 wrote 02/28/2018 at 20:26 point

Any update on this? Working on a Pi Zero W and Pi Zero build using PiBakery as well.

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