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Topic # 82916 7-May-2011 18:51
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I want one (actually, make that a few) of these.
http://www.raspberrypi.org/

http://www.linuxfordevices.com/c/a/News/Raspberry-Pi-compute
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  Reply # 466589 7-May-2011 22:09
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i want one to! they look cool. do they have network support?




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  Reply # 466606 7-May-2011 23:58
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i would love one of there and i wish they made it a bit bigger and put in a 8gb flash

i guess you have to boot the ubuntu off the sd card

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 466609 8-May-2011 00:10
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Very, very cool. I have contacted them.



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  Reply # 466642 8-May-2011 09:12
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CADMAX: do they have network support?


I wondered the same initially.  Through USB by the looks of it, if you look at the photo you can see what suspiciously looks like a D-Link device connected at one end to the USB hub and the other to a red ethernet cable.





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  Reply # 466669 8-May-2011 09:55
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CADMAX: do they have network support?


I wondered the same initially.  Through USB by the looks of it, if you look at the photo you can see what suspiciously looks like a D-Link device connected at one end to the USB hub and the other to a red ethernet cable.


thats what i was looking at. it just seems a little cut price to have networking and every thing they say it has.




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  Reply # 466705 8-May-2011 12:14
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I want one. :) Awesome as a 'streaming server' for my hobby. 700mhz is enough juice (as long as it has network support and I can somehow get audio into it.




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