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Anonymous 06/06/21(Sun)02:20:30 No. fprog-LZM1OHG3 [Report]

thoughts on raspberry pi

Anonymous 06/06/21(Sun)03:45:02 No. fprog-3UQ8W708 [Report] >>fprog-EL4BFQOZ

>>fprog-LZM1OHG3 (OP) Theyre good dust collectors.

Anonymous 06/06/21(Sun)22:54:39 No. fprog-8HO5QIIX [Report]

>>fprog-LZM1OHG3 (OP) not worth it imo. get an old dell computer tower to use as a NAS. it has better compatibility for OSes and its cheaper, plus repairable. doesn't have to be dell either it could be anything. if you're trying to run me_cleaner or something i do recommend a pi, but for everything else its not worth it

Anonymous 06/09/21(Wed)16:02:40 No. fprog-GIDFWWUH [Report]

>>fprog-LZM1OHG3 how is the energy usage, though? if the raspberry is more energy efficient, i think i would prefer to use over an old pc

Anonymous 06/11/21(Fri)07:51:28 No. fprog-34ZNOFSO [Report] >>fprog-YJ2NVR42

>>fprog-LZM1OHG3 (OP) If you have a project in mind for it they're good. If you think you will be inspired by the pi to make something with it then it's a waste.

Anonymous 07/01/21(Thu)06:34:49 No. fprog-EL4BFQOZ [Report]

>>fprog-3UQ8W708 this

Anonymous 08/05/21(Thu)10:17:31 No. fprog-6IIKNN5F [Report] >>fprog-FGWMWDE3

Will Raspberry Pi 5 be RISC-V based?

Anonymous 08/05/21(Thu)16:25:18 No. fprog-FGWMWDE3 [Report]

>>fprog-6IIKNN5F Doubt it, raspberry pi isn't about being small and useful hardware anymore, it's about being a replacement for a desktop basically. Other SBCs are better.

Anonymous 09/19/21(Sun)18:28:31 No. fprog-X03VXBKB [Report]

>>fprog-8HO5QIIX i use a rpi4 as a nas and i have not had any problems with that so far i also run a python-discordbot on it. but i wouldn't run anything more resource heavy on it since it is pretty slow

Anonymous 09/25/21(Sat)19:31:46 No. fprog-YJ2NVR42 [Report]

>>fprog-34ZNOFSO idk it did come quite handy for me sometimes even though i didnt have any specific project idea in mind when i bought a 3B+ and a Zero W, have yet to regret the purchase to this day

Anonymous 11/29/21(Mon)00:25:41 No. fprog-BQDUCRGD [Report]

Too much proprietary shit. Get a well supported Allwinner or Rockchip SoC board instead. But don't get the lame ones like Banana Pi M3, kek. I have an A20 and A64 board, and they do what I need.

Anonymous 01/27/22(Thu)01:48:19 No. fprog-GSL54X5R [Report]

>>fprog-LZM1OHG3 (OP) install KISS on it, use it for something useful without it being part of the GlowNET

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