(Headless) Raspbian Configuration 1/2
A Wifi relay or router is typically a standalone device.
Consequently it is usually headless.
Headless Raspbian Howto is outside the scope of this presentation,
but the following are typical differences from original Raspbian.
- storage space
- partition table closed cleanly
- partitions for temporary and persistent data
- network address
- name unique to LAN
- 127.0.1.1 set to hostname
- network devices
- static wired ip
- static wireless ip
- static wireless association
- static dns server selection
- remove/comment obsolete/replaced devices