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Anyone else have one of these great little machines? $35 for an arm linux machine that outputs 1080p video, and it is great fun to just develop for and use ...
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- 04-06-2013 #1
Anyone else have one of these great little machines?
$35 for an arm linux machine that outputs 1080p video, and it is great fun to just develop for and use for projects.
I got mine in the other day, and it is running Arch on it.
So, what do you do with yours?
- 04-06-2013 #2
Yeah I've got a Pi. It's sitting in the cupboard waiting for me to figure out what I want to do with it, that I can't do on my other computers anyway.
- 04-06-2013 #3
I plan on using mine to write and test arm code on, and also maybe as a portable media player since I have it on WiFi. I can just plug and play on my tv with hdmi.
- 04-06-2013 #4
Mine was a gift from my boss, a pi, raspian on a 16GB SD card and a case. Thanks to the case, I do know that it will be called Orac when I finally hook it up to the network. It looks remarkably similar to Oracs activation key
All my machines are named after sci-fi computers / robots / cyborgs etc,
- 04-06-2013 #5
Mine has a black case with a raspberry on the front, lol. It is running Arch on a 32GB MicroSD (with an adapter).
Haven't fully decided what to call it yet though.