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    I'll say I had an issue with mine as well. I'm assuming being this recent you're running the newest image of Raspbian (Jessie), which is apparently known to have issues with certain things running out of the rc.local file (other comments below recognizing this, but not with any real solution). However, the issue I saw was not the rc.local file not running, it was that the file would run at boot but wouldn't actually read from the sensor. When I ran the tail cmd I would get that it was just printed up to the "Sync to cycletime..." message into the logfile but none of the temp entries -- and no entries were being added to the database. To get around this issue, I created a systemd service file and have enabled it to run at boot that way. This required modifying the th.c file to ...see more »I'll say I had an issue with mine as well. I'm assuming being this recent you're running the newest image of Raspbian (Jessie), which is apparently known to have issues with certain things running out of the rc.local file (other comments below recognizing this, but not with any real solution). However, the issue I saw was not the rc.local file not running, it was that the file would run at boot but wouldn't actually read from the sensor. When I ran the tail cmd I would get that it was just printed up to the "Sync to cycletime..." message into the logfile but none of the temp entries -- and no entries were being added to the database. To get around this issue, I created a systemd service file and have enabled it to run at boot that way. This required modifying the th.c file to create a daemon as well. If you need any help figuring it out, let me know.

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