Scan the network for a ip that shows up

nmap -sn

log in with ssh. You need (hypothetically I’ve heard tale of other ways, but just do this. You have a monitor. So much easier) to boot once with a monitor to set the ssh server on bootup.

ssh pi@

password: raspberry

setting up wifi

iwlist wlan0 scan

Jesus, had to update everything.

sudo crontab -e

@reboot sh /home/pi/bbt/ >/home/pi/logs/cronlog 2>&1

Ran into this issue. Needed to update npm.

sudo nano /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf

network={ ssid=”WORK” key_mgmt=NONE wep_key0=PASSKEY }

Ran into massive pyserial problems. I don’t get it. Apparently the solution wast o change from the ubuntu repository version to the pip installed versions of pyserial

Bought a cheap aliexpress display. This worked: