[Update: I wrote a post on how to fix the same issue on the Raspberry Pi 2.] After opening the packaging on my brand new Raspberry Pi B+ and checking out the updated component layout, I was obviously pumped to boot it up!
I recently completed a data-logging project that was long overdue. My dad is building a double-walled, super-insulated house, and wanted me to track temperature/humidity in multiple places throughout the structure.
This is an extremely brief overview of the temperature/ humidity datalogger I built for my dad with Python.
The Details: I just finished up a short-term position as a control and monitor systems intern at the University of Maine.
After going through blog after blog trying to find a simple way how to set up a Raspberry Pi headless on the first boot, I figured out an easy way to do it. What you’ll need: A Raspberry Pi.