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The author placed his pair in a Bud box (Newark P/N 91F578 Figure 3, “Pi/TNC packaged for the shelf ”). The micro-USB cable was cut to allow for a switch. Round holes are easily dealt with by a Harbor Freight punch, but the square holes for Ethernet and USB are more challenging. A nibbler and a lot of work with a file are called for if you don't have an elaborate set of metal punches.
For setup only, you will need a USB keyboard and mouse and a 1080p TV or monitor with an HDMI input. Note that the Pi doesn't support 720. Once JNOS is set up there is no longer a need for these.