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Re: Raspberry PI

Post by noxx » Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:42 pm

what do you mean? that the raspi does not have enough power for meteohub?
would be wasteful if you have a raspi and buy something new needs for additional meteohub
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Re: Raspberry PI

Post by admin » Wed Nov 14, 2012 12:46 am

I would really like to end this debate. May be we can agree that we don't agree :wink:
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Re: Raspberry PI here. Now serve the big boys, please ;-)

Post by netsigi » Sat May 17, 2014 5:05 pm

As Time goes by..... :D Discussion ended, mind turned, RPI Port is here. Everybody is happy now...

Except....

Still waiting for a solution for the higher end of platforms WITH a actual Kernel.
Want to migrate from ALIX to APU or something other embedded with at least two cores and a ssd.

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Re: Raspberry PI here. Now serve the big boys, please ;-)

Post by HWTest » Mon May 19, 2014 8:35 pm

netsigi wrote: Still waiting for a solution for the higher end of platforms WITH a actual Kernel.
Want to migrate from ALIX to APU or something other embedded with at least two cores and a ssd.
Me too.

The DC01 has two cores (but slow) and an SSD, but low RAM and is not very reliable :-( ... and out of production.

I've migrated from Sheeva to the DC01, it wasn't worth it.
The only positive thing on the DC01 is the SSD (and its nicer).

I would like to migrate to something powerful, reliable, with a SSD.

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