Software seems like it would just last forever once written, but in practice it requires periodic maintenance or it will no longer work.
That seems to be the case with existing jrpg packages, so I've built new ones:
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Welcome to another of my Raspberry Pi adventures.
Previously, I connected raspberry pi to monitor and keyboard and blinked some diodes.
It's time to go a lot further. The first step was removing monitor and keyboard, installing sshd, and just controlling the pi from a regular computer. That leaves two cables - ethernet, and USB power (currently coming from the computer).
I'll replace ethernet with wifi at some point, and reroute power to standalone charger so it doesn't need to be anywhere near the computer.
I also got new multimeter - the old one was totally broken, it wasn't just the battery.