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getRunOnBoot

Get name of Simulink model added to Run-on-boot

Syntax

getRunOnBoot(raspPiObj)

Description

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getRunOnBoot(raspPiObj) returns the name of the Simulink® model added to Run-on-boot.

Examples

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To get the name of the model available in Run-on-boot:

  1. Create a connection to the Raspberry Pi™ hardware.

    raspPiObj = raspberrypi('192.168.1.5','pi','raspberrypi')
    rasPiObj = 
    
      raspberrypi with properties:
    
        DeviceAddress: '192.168.1.5'
                 Port: 22

    For more information on creating a connection to Raspberry Pi hardware, see raspberrypi.

  2. Use the getRunOnBoot function. The function returns the name of the model available in Run-on-boot. If no model is available in Run-on-boot, the function returns an empty cell.

    getRunOnBoot(raspPiObj)
    ans = 
    
         1×1 cell array 
         {'raspberrypi_gettingstarted'} 
    

Input Arguments

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The object that represents the connection to the Raspberry Pi hardware.

Example: raspPiObj

Introduced in R2018a