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Topic # 228745 20-Jan-2018 10:19
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All items have been sold. Thanks for your interest.


I've replaced everything in my cupboard so have got a few oDroids to get rid of.


Unlocked to list another oDroid C2! Get in quick if you're keen as the others didn't last long.


ODroid C2 - (Here) - I had these initially powering both a few websites, some home automation, DNS and OpenVPN to give you an idea of what to do with these bad boys. They can both output and decode 4K content if you want a sweet media player and run Linux. They come with a 8gb eMMC module (which will come wiped with DietPI) and have Gigabit Ethernet which can actually go at Gigabit speeds, 2gb of ram and a very capable processor. There are many things you can do with them as they're quite powerful. Comes with the standard ODroid C2 case - $85.00


Will come with free shipping NZ wide. I can cater for installing a version of Linux of your choice however won't be able to provide after-sale support (there is excellent documentation online).

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  Reply # 1943962 20-Jan-2018 12:08
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What new toys did you buy to replace them?


(I'm currently just using Pi 3 for Home Assistant.)

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  Reply # 1943968 20-Jan-2018 12:15
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dammit murfy i just picked up a UP board to do full gbit!

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  Reply # 1944260 21-Jan-2018 08:39
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PM sent ref XU4

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  Reply # 1944356 21-Jan-2018 12:25
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@cshaun I ended up purchasing a HP Microserver which is now running everything via UnRaid.


@hio77 Well there is one C2 left. You should just grab it :)




XU4 is pending sale, one C2 remaining to anyone quick enough to grab it.

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  Reply # 1946333 24-Jan-2018 22:37
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I've unlocked this to list another oDroid C2. Get in quick if you want it!


Will come preloaded with either DietPi or Armbian (Ubuntu 16.04 or Debian). Let me know in your PM what you desire.

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