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What are you using your single-boards for?

Discussion in 'Single board computers' started by Rob, Apr 24, 2017.

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  1. Rob

    Rob Administrator
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    I currently have an ODROID C2 that turns on/off 2 servers at my house via cron to perform backups on Linux.org.. it's also my main way into my network from remote locations.


     
  2. ryanvade

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    Robotics.
     
  3. Cybercraft

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    I use a raspberry Pi 3 with a monitor for notifications[1] via a custom RESTfull Web Server/Client :
    [1] Notifications :
    • Cpu/RAm/HDD monitor for all servers used staging and production
    • Git hook with own git server
    • Redmine Notification
    • Rundesk Notification
    • Agenda with deadline by project
    • Wiki Notification
    WebClient was made with React & Redux by me and coworker.
    Server was made with multiple Ruby on Rails + python scripts. and server with Json call on silex micro-framework (lightweight Symfony).

    All on the wall in agency :)
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    And another Pi3 in my home for retro-gaming :) with a simple retropie distro
     
  4. VP9KS

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    Cool! I've been looking at all the single boards out there, and the Pi has a lot of competition these days. For instance, have you checked out the Pine64+? There is also a single board with a 2 input O scope, and 2 output function generator built in. It has been configured as a Software Defined Radio (SDR) tranceiver for HF. That is way cool! It is called Red Pitaya. As you can imagine, it is a bit more expensive, but doable. Check it out.

    Paul
     
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    I am using a Raspberry Pi-3B as a hardware/software development system. The dev is running under Raspian.

    Paul, FWIW: I have loaded, both, Slackware 14.2/ARM and Slackware Current/ARM on Micro SD cards and swap them out with the Raspbian Micro SD card, to run Slackware on the RPi. It's a hoot!
     
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    :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D
     

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