The answer is both! Just plug the Pi in and it powers up. But there is a button on top as well.This might sound like a weird question, but does it have a power button that signals for it to start dishing out juice, or does it start whenever any USB device is plugged in?
Yes, it comes with support included for the common languages and others are easily installed.Also another little question. Does the Raspbian allow compiling out of the box or should I install additional packages?
Four Pi2's, two Pi Zero's, two B+, one B - older ones given away to schools.Adrianfu wrote:Ok its the start of an adiction
Interference in only on AM radio and my HF radio gear
Agreed.The thing is, if you need "vcgencmd schmoo" to make your RAM stable, it's entirely possible the system won't make it as far as /etc/rc.local or /storage/.config/autostart.sh etc. before crashing due to sdram issues...
Did you mean config.txt? It looked to me like /etc/rc.local might be the best place for vcgencmd.I added those lines to config.txt with your suggested values and I'm stable at