I swore I posted about this before but I can’t seem to locate it… so here it is… perhaps again
I think I managed to create a recipe to use PiBakery to create and burn a pre-built image for a Raspberry Pi that will automatically install and run webcontrol. I need some testers though.
Step 1: Download and install PiBakery from:
Do NOT download PiBakery V2
Step 2: Download this recipe from the webcontrol github repo:
Step 3: Startup PiBakery. I think it downloads stuff for a while when it starts…
Step 4: Import the webcontrol-us-recipe.xml file.
Step 5: Go to this portion of the recipe and enter in your WiFi’s network SSID, password, etc.
Change the WPA/WPA2 if you are using something insecure and adjust the country code if you aren’t in the U.S.
Step 6: Click ‘Write’ to write the prebuilt image to the RPI.
After done, you should be able to insert the SD card into the RPI, boot it, wait a minute or two (has to download and install webcontrol) and then access it from the RPI’s IP address, port 5000.