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Using GPIO pin for power OFF on Raspberry Pi

Hi. You can use GPIO pin to perform a shutdown, using python code and interruptions, such as: # sudo nano /etc/rc.local # python /home/pi/PiSupply/Rpi_Offt.py…
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