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Setup and Configuration

Install hardware support, update firmware, configure hardware connection


raspberrypiGet host name, user name, password, and build directory
getRunOnBootGet name of Simulink model added to Run-on-boot
addToRunOnBootAdd Simulink model to Run-on-boot
removeRunOnBootRemove a Simulink model from Run-on-boot
listAudioDevicesList available ALSA audio devices


Install Support for Raspberry Pi Hardware

Install support Raspberry Pi™ hardware.

Connect Raspberry Pi Zero W to Your Computer over USB

Connect Raspberry Pi Zero W to your computer using a USB cable.


Configure Raspberry Pi Hardware to Mail IP Address Changes

Configure the board to send you an email message whenever the IP address changes

Get the Network Settings of the Raspberry Pi Hardware

There are several ways to get the network settings of the Ethernet connector on your Raspberry Pi hardware:

Open a Command-Line Session with Raspberry Pi Hardware

Open a serial command-line session with Raspberry Pi hardware

Configure Network Settings on Raspberry Pi Hardware

Get or set IP address of Raspberry Pi hardware

Access the Linux on Raspberry Pi Using Computer Peripherals

Set up Raspberry Pi hardware as a Linux® desktop or terminal.

Extend the Linux Partition on the SD Card

Extend the Linux partition on the SD card for Raspbian Linux image

Enable Passwordless Sudo on Raspberry Pi Hardware

Run Simulink® models on Raspberry Pi without providing a password.

Shut Down Raspberry Pi Hardware

Shut Down the Raspberry Pi Hardware

Troubleshoot Connecting to Raspberry Pi Hardware

Troubleshoot connecting to Raspberry Pi hardware.

Play High-Quality Audio from Raspberry Pi Using I2S-Based DAC

Enable I2S drivers to output high-quality audio from Raspberry Pi using DAC.

Access Internet When Raspberry Pi Is Directly Connected to Computer Using Ethernet

When a Raspberry Pi hardware is directly connected to a computer using an Ethernet cable, perform these steps to access the Internet from the hardware.