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Setting up Bumblebee to run on boot

BotQueue's client code no longer requires there to be a tty to function. You could simply add a line in your /etc/rc.local file to run bumblebee as your user:
( su -c /home/user/bumblebee user ) & the /home/user/bumblebee file would just be an executable that runs the python code. An example:
#!/bin/sh
cd ~/Bumblebee/
screen -dR botqueue python -m bumblebee It's a much simpler process than previously. This should work exactly the same on a raspberry pi too.

BotQueue 0.5 released!

I know it's been quite a long wait since version 0.4 was released on July 4th, 2013. Since that time, Zach Hoeken has moved away from supporting BotQueue in code, but he still believes in the project and has continued to help whenever possible. For that support, I want to thank him. Now on to the fun stuff!

I'm so excited to release this for a couple of reasons. The main one is that this is my first major software release, so I expected it to be a bit rougher. Still, I expect bug reports in the future, so please post those here for the server, and here for the client.

I was originally going to summarize every cool now feature about this release. This release doesn't have too many amazing new features, but it has quite a few bug fixes. I wanted BotQueue to be more solid than ever, because that's what you should be able to expect. This involved fixing everything from UI issues, to a ton of fixes in the background so that everything runs smoothly.

Some of the new features…