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Any ideas what to do with Raspberry Pi 2B?
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>>51591420
Buy the camera add-on for it and install it in the girl's restroom.
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>>51591420
Seed box?
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>>>/g/sbg
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A Bitcoins miner would be neat
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>>51591466
why? so you can make 10c/year?
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>>51591420
What about the zero
I want to 10 of this little suckers and do some parallel stuff
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>>51591447
Seedbox is pretty good idea, but I probably wouldn't use it that often, any other good ideas?
-thanks tho
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>>51591467
It's a fuckin pi it's supposed to be for learning and doing little projects.
Why? Because you can motherfucker!
Trog
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>>51591420
Shove it up your butt. Post pics.
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>>51591481
to buy*
sleepy
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>>51591467
Bitcoin farming with raspberry pi is useless
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Internet connected drilldo
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>>51591493
that's actually what I'm planning with it.

put it into a buttplug and run a linux server in your ass
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>>51591495
Nah its neat and thus not useless
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>>51591466
>Bitcoins
You need GPUs for that anon
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>>51591514
+1
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>>51591514
Lol. You most certainly dont
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>>51591514
you fucking retard see >>51591524
It's just the GPUs are more powerful at breaking SHA256
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>>51591514
upvoted
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>>51591557
Lol he asked what to do with it and I said make a miner cuz it would be neat. Yes a gpu would be far superior (on that I have no argument). You can indeed use an pi

Watch "Raspberry Pi Bitcoin miner" on YouTube
https://youtu.be/Ha596516C3g

You are a fool. I have stated nothing false nor irrelevant. You have however. I wash my hands of this
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>>51591557
I know anon but you are losing more money on a cpu than what you are gaining GPUs are better but not by a large margin and not to mention expensive.
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>>51591598
>>Bitcoins
>You need GPUs for that anon
>You need GPUs
>You need
>need

fuck off retard
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>>51591598
I believe I replied to the wrong one my bad.... I am actually a retard I wasn't questioning that
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>>51591610
see previous
>>51591604
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>>51591610
You repeat yourself alot
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http://www.techinsider.io/smart-mirror-evan-cohen-2015-10
Create a backdoor for our future Skynet Overlord
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>>51591466
>>51591485
>>51591508
>>51591524
>>51591557
>>51591610
> I don't want to profit in life
What anons ? Thats the whole fucking point of life'.
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I'm making a small Wi-Fi controlled car with mine. Actually using the GPIO is nice.
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>>51591911
Be specific stone thrower
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Mail server
VPN server
Tor entry node
Torrent box
HTPC
PVR
NAS
Web server
Cloud storage
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>>51592014
O7 +1
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>>51592014
Im guessing anons have done drones as well ?
Im intrested in the zero pi applications T b h.
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>>51591481
>Could buy 10 for $50
>$50
>For fucking 10 Pi's.
Jesus shit it'd be more expensive getting enough SD cards for them.
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>>51592065
Yeah im really excited about it.
Lot of IoT apllications without botnets
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>>51592093
>IoT
>pi doesn't have any networking
>using dumb buzzwords

Also, you're much better off with the ESP8266
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>>51592118
>Pi doesn't have networking
uwotm8
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>>51592137
Talking about the Pi Zero of course
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>>51592118
>Implying lots of addons wont be available like the regular pi
Kek
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Shouldn't be hard to emulate ethernet through GPIO ports. Then All you need is a rj45 socket.

It would be slow, but good enough for mining bitcoins or sshing into it
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>>51592170
which would make the whole thing more expensive than the CHIP that already comes with WLAN and Bluetooth
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>>51592145
Ah, right. But I think you could use the micro USB port for that.
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>>51592145
It has usb, I'm pretty sure you can find usb network adaptors

I've got a pi as a pvr/kodi box, thinking of getting another as a carputer or a MAME
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>>51592118
Piggybacking an 8266 on the Zero will be trivial.
I can guarantee the Zero will sell twice the number of all previous Pi's combined, if only because so many people will buy them by the bucketful.
Wish they weren't a fucking charity, imagine what their stock price would be like.
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>>51592175
You think the GPIO's would be able to handle 10MBit ethernet?
I mean, shit, I guess if written in a low level language you might get some good throughput.
Wonder how it'd compare to the USB Ethernet of the regular pi? And how badly it'd tie up the CPU?
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>>51592208
>>51591481

The chip is so cheap that just about anything u put on it will cost more
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>>51592208
>CHIP
Anon, hasn't anyone told you?
I'm so sorry you had to hear this way.
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>>51592269
I don't have the slightest idea
I don't have a pi.

I do have an idea of implementing networking by connecting two sound cards, I think one can go over 320kbps and beyond with that.
one day, I'm gonna write a driver for that
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for £400 you can get 100 rpizeros.

turn them into a cluster and that is:

100cores
50gb ram

--------------

for the price of a mid tier phone.
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>>51592344
good luck finding that many in stock
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>>51592344
actually connecting them to a cluster will double the price
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>>51592344
They will sell faster than every smartphone ever
If the foundation would be a corp investors would go bat shit over them
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>>51592363
I cant hear you over my 100 core cluster
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>>51592344
Practically - this would still be shite for mining crypto-currencies though, right?
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>>51591420
Load retropie.
Load torrent dumps of every game per console.
Sift through shitty games all day on 23 consoles.
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>>51592373
except the Zero is only interesting to a rather small group of people

most people right now only buy them because "look at me im such a nerd" and then let it collect dust ...or use it as a fashion accessory
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>>51592333
B log2(1+ S/N)

Sound cards kind of have bad SNR coming and going. You might be theoretical at like 1.8Mbps, which would be something weird like 44100 bit words, and much less likely to actually work.
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>>51592419
I'm no expert but you would have to do a maintenance/performance/time cost balance sheet thing to figure it out
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>>51592419
yes. a standard gpu features hundreds to thousand cores
A cluster of cpus are useful because they are not limited to a set of instructions like gpus are
For hashing algorithms however, there are instructions available to gpus

If you want to mine, buy asic
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>>51592459
I have an ASIC for Scrypt but I haven't used it in a long time, thinking of doing it again.

Also getting interested in making a super cheap Raspberry Pi Zero cluster, as you/other anon mentioned, but I dunno what it would be usable for other than messing around with
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>>51592438
>small group of people
>pi sold over 5 million units
>vibrant community of DIY
headscratch.jpg
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>>51592507
Compared to the people who want smartphones?
Yes, it's a fucking tiny group.
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>>51592443
I wasn't thinking about speed, it's more about compatibility.
By converting data to sound waves and back, It's possible to make networks with all sorts of things. say, an fm transmitter and receiver for example.
It would take a lot of parity bytes to make it work, but fuck me if that's not exciting
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PI drone
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bump with the wetpi

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwc7Hs33cAk
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>>51592093

Last I checked (about two years ago desu), that broadcom ARM cpu was still proprietary, and hence there's no way you could know there's no built-in botnet.
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>>51591434
Only good idea in the thread
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>>51592553
In any case you're limited by Shannon-Hartley applied to your slowest link. It would take pretty robust code to change transmission on a per-link basis, especially in a platform-independent and quick way. Network drivers are typically kernel level too, this won't be pretty.

I mean think like a phone line vs monster cable 3.5mm stereo connectors. The cable can probably carry 20-44100 realistically, the phone line would only carry like 100-4000 I think, so your link over phone (limited by SNR above, which is almost definitely worse) you've got a link at 10% THEORETICAL of your fastest. You're better off just learning about the physical layer that already exists.

Additionally, a physical layer implemented over DVI or VGA would be a lot cooler desu senpai
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>>51593182
>still proprietary
We need some open risc shit
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>>51591642
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>>51591420
S E R V E R
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>>51594574
Fuck back off to reddit
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>>51594806
>le hating reddit meme Xd
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Home Automation
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>>51592217
>>51592227
for the price of a micro to regular usb cable, a usb network adaptor, and a mini to regular hdmi cable you might as well just buy a model 2.
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>>51591420
why are you buying something when you have no use for it?
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>>51592286
What do you mean?
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>>51592673
How much does something like that cost?
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I'm looking forward to the Lithium "Hat" that pimoroni is making for the zero. Meaning I can start fooling about with homemade wearable tech.
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Replace it with Windows
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>>51591420
Sell it and buy 5 RPi Zeros
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>>51595445
kekd.

you'll need to wait on that plan for a while though anon.
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https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Raspberry_Pi
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>>51595843
Wonder if it'll be updated anytime soon anon?
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>>51595922
Most likely not because I was the one who compiled the original list before it was copied to installgentoo's wiki and I haven't been looking up RPI-projects lately. But maybe within month or two.
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>>51596078
I see. Well at least it's listed. BTW, can you please add the definitive C++ book list link to the C++ section anon?

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/388242/the-definitive-c-book-guide-and-list
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>>51592673
fucking right
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why is there only one model that has an actual ethernet port
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>>51595038

how do you not have adapter lying around at this point?
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>>51592014
so far this was the best post in this thread

also, you can make it a hackbox if you know what more components you need OP
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>>51591481
Why bother? Learn OpenCL and do parallel stuff on your current GPU. That's much more powerful and much easier.

Or if you want to learn how to use clusters, fire up 10 tiny VMs. It will still get better performance than 10 Pis.
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>>51596330
Price/Size.
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>>51596330
cost
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How much does it cost to run a Raspberry Pi in electricity? I have the first and second model but never bothered to do something useful like NAS because I'm terrified of the electricity bill, electricity is hugely expensive around here
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>>51596482
The Pi2 is 3 Watts nominal, 5 Watts max anon. Do the math for you're area.
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>>51596482
its not that much of a consumer, if you take a look at it, it uses 5V2A just as your mobile charger.. i have 2 rpi2 with a usb3 hub of 4 ports (900mA per port) and a box of 5V5A that is giving my rpi some juice.. my bill was 1.60$ heavier than usual on my pocket for the past two months
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>>51591420
>Buy it
>Realize you've made a mistake
>Sell it
>Buy an FPGA
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vpn or web server.
you can also use the gpio to control stuff like your garage door opener, coffee maker, etc.
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>>51596482
It'll take less than a single hard drive..
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make a knife tentacle that slashes anybody trying to turn it off
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Really want to get into fooling about with gpio, whats a good way to start? What would the barrier of entry be?
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>>51597073
what the actual fuck
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>>51597077
you might be needing this then
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>>51597077
dunno, I've never used the gpio before, but I'm making a car, so it'll be used to control 4 motors. as long as you understand what you can and can't do, i don't think it's complicated to understand.
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People get excited about rp because they see "$5" and "computer" combined.

Once you buy the shit needed to make it a functional computer you have $100 piece of shit.
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>>51597209
u mad?
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>>51591420
Throw it in the thrash and sit in the corner while contemplating why you supported a SJW company full of betakeks
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>>51597209
this.

Though can make a nice headless server with a charger and a usb network adapter. And tons of other little projects like that.

Waiting for someone to make a sweet GameBoy mod with the zero.
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>>51592673
aint a drone unless its autonomous, otherwise its rc.
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Tor exit node
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>>51597209
please explain how it even gets close to being that much
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>>51591420
retro pi anyone? having a dedicated machine with hundreds of old games organized is fucking perfect for having friends over and shit. Smash bros plays like a wet dream
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>>51591420
a clock
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- DNS Server
- PXE Server
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>>51591500
I actually have been thinking of doing that and sell them. Bloody mind reader
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>>51597764

Do it. More butt plugs need to be IP addressable.

Preferable with SSH access to control a phone vibration motor
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I keep wanting to get a Pi and put it in a 5.25" drive bay so I could have a computer in my computer. But I already have a home server and I can't think of any way shape or form that this would be useful.
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>>51598097

Why does it need to be useful?

Pic related
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>>51598167
well I mean I want it do do SOMETHING. Other than just sit there and wait for me to ssh in and stare at htop for a bit and then go away.
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>>51598262

Squeeze a TB HDD in there, and get it to routinely backup your system partition to it.

Make a cool "BackupDrive+ 32" logo to go on the plastic front of the drivebay.

Add LED screen showing date and time of last successful backup, and erroressays for unsuccessful attempts.

Put a turbo button on its panel for shiggles.

That'd be late 90s wickedcool, and also serve some kind of purpose.
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>>51598338

*error messages
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>>51598338
*LCD panel

I'm drunker than I thought
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>>51592388
kek'd
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>>51597507
UAV
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Turn an altoids tin into an emulator. You may be able to fit the screen and everything.
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>>51596482
A Pi electricity bill cost like 5$ per year
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>>51596482

Leaving it on all year costs the same as doing like 2 loads of washing.
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>>51598775
Add a 32 gb ssd and google drive/dropbox BTFO
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>>51591420
>Get raspberry pi 2
>install openelec from openelec.tv
>then install tvaddons.ag
>Watch any tv show or movie free!!!

Just install the openelec image on an sd card, boot the raspi with the sd card, then add tvaddons to the sources, run config wizard. Watch anything you want for free, even live football. Just YouTube "raspberry pi openelec (or kodi) install"
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Where can I get one in Canada that doesnt cost like 60 fucking bucks...


leaning towards pi zero or pi 2.
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>>51592014
>mail server

>Hey Anon, what's your email?
>"Easy! It's [email protected]:101"
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>>51597209
>Once you buy the shit needed to make it a functional computer you have $100 piece of shit.
It depends on what you're building. If you expect to build something like a regular computer then yes. However, if you plan mainly using the GPIO for some custom device (slap a small screen on it and one of those controller boards for an Arduino that have some buttons and a joystick and have it be a portable emulator for old Gameboy/Gameboy Color/GBA games), it might make more sense.
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>>51599036
>never heard of DNS
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>>51592014
Used mine for a mediacenter and streambox >>51599036
Just register a domain as you normally would. The real self hosting hurdle is security and spam filters filtering you in popular mail services.
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>>51592014
>VPN server

Imagine setting one up somewhere on somebody elses' connection and hiding it where they won't find it for some time. Worst case scenario, they find it and you're out the $15 or whatever it costs for a pi, usb power cable, and wifi dongle.
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>>51599511

That's exactly what I did with a shiva plug and my friends workplace.

Had epic anonymous browsing for about 9 months. Down $99 when they found it though...
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>>51599128
>spam filters filtering you in popular mail services.
That's true, but I haven't encountered anything like that (yet).

>>51599511
Pretty sure that's illegal.
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>>51594574
+1
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Could a Raspberry Pi 2 effectively serve as a dev rig? I'm not going to be compiling any enterprise software or anything crazy.
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>>51600688
When learning maybe, but not for anything serious. Check the specs and decide for yourself if it's worth it.
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>>51600688
Yeah, you could probably even learn clustering concepts if you got yourself two of them.
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>>51595262
The BOM is more than $9, they're only able to sell them because the international shipping covers the cost, else they'd be selling at a loss.
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>>51597073
just remove the knife and insert the tentacle in your anus
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>>51597209
1.- At least you are really, really fucking retarded at shopping, the ammount you'd need to spend wont get any close to that
2.- The most of us have almost everything already to make it work, at least in my case ive everything but the USB hub, which cost about $1 (make it $4 for an external powered one)
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>>51591420
sitting it on my desk and telling everyone I know that I have a $35 that runs free and open source software. maybe plug it in and type some hacker commands into ssh.
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>>51603620
a word

$35 computer
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Not OP, but do these things have enough power to run RetroArch? Up to SNES is a must, PlayStation would be nice, but not a deal breaker.

Would a USB BT adapter make it work with 8bitdo controllers?
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>>51597641
Keyboard, mouse, WiFi dongle if you need wireless networking, storage, power and a monitor/TV if its a model with RCA out. Add the case if you want one too and you can easily spend a lot on these.
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>>51604039
>$5 computer a step above an arduino
>buying a keyboard and mouse for it

There are memelords on this board as we speak that are going to or have already done this because they see "$5 computer" and think "man it would be cool if I had another GUI computer that's shittier in every conceivably way than my existing one(s)".
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>>51603798
> samefag

The current gen Raspberry Pi, not the new cheapo shite
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Reminder that the Raspberry Pi is FATALLY FLAWED
https://www.fsf.org/resources/hw/single-board-computers
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>>51604329
these guys are retarded
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>>51604370
Why do you hate freedom?
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>>51599511
Someone on IRC was once talking about the "mcdonalds VPN method" go in the bathrooms remove a ceiling panel usually there's a plug up there plug in your pi (you'll need tiny monitor, keyboard and wifi dongle) then configure it to use their wifi and works as a VPN then just take your peripherals and leave
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>>51604329
Luc Verhaegen gave up on reverse engineering Mali. Imagination Tech has been thumbing their nose at Linux for over a decade. Allwinner has violated GPL licensing on multiple occasions. Raspberry Pi will be 100% reverse engineered at some point in the not too distant future.
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>>51591434
>>51593231
samefagging this hard
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>>51592118
>IoT
>no buttnets
I think the best part about these things is you can build your own botnet. Store all the nodes at the residences of your friends and family.
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>>51597073
Does this keep the knife blade oriented outwards as it swings? Is it FOSS?
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>>51598097
>>51598338
Oh man, this is a really cool idea.

Pi2 + 2.5" HDD + power on the tray
Power to mains + some sort of UPS/backup for when PC is off
Add a serial port on the outside of the tray for a console and a cut-out for usb and a display output of your choice.
Make it hot-swappable
Make it interface with the PC hardware in some way as a sort of USB mass storage or co-processor or something via the GPIO and your ingenuity
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Anybody know if Lakka is worth anything good, or should I just stick with retroarch for emulating old games?
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>>51599511
Worst case scenario is the police knock on your door
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>pull plug
>corrupt storage
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>>51599036
>what is DNS
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I was thinking about a digital guitar pedal, I doubt there's open source software to do that though, I may begin to program it but I know almost nothing about audio programming and stuff like that.
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>>51605695
I DO NOT CONTENT
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>>51606419
>what is a battery
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>>51599036
That is NOT a valid IP address. Try again anon.
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>>51606419
...what the fuck? for real?!
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>>51608461
>get battery
>make simple circuit to alert the pi it needs to shut off, accepts a command over GPIO to cut the power feed, and turns the power feed to the pi back on when you press a button
>pi saves its shit, gets into a safe state at which it can have the power removed
>pi sends command to cut the power feed
>press the button when the power comes back on
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>>51608461
>>51608574
Or to put simply, if you're not building Murphy's Computer, you're building a torture device.
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Use it for openelec or recalbox/retropie!
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>>51604463
Standing on the toilet with a keyboard and a screen isn't suspicious at all.

Has anyone actually done this successfully?
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Exactly the post i wanted to start + the question:
Will it be possible to install stuff like Kodi and make it run with no problems?
I want to be able to switch the use from streaming to some other stuff.
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distribute chinese cartoons illegally
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>>51609256
Not unless you pay extra shekels for the codecs. Even then it won't play Hi10P so you can forget about anime.
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I installed XMBC and it runs all my animes and batsus. Guess I am fine
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>>51610357
Really? It can handle 720p 10-bit video?
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>>51592014
>T or entry node
did any one actualy gost o b f3 server?
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>>51610441
It can handle enough for me. Not joking for most people this really is enough. I don't see the difference anyways...
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>>51608257
Only real tech person I seen on /g/ in some time.
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>>51611110
>3MB/s
That's actually pretty damn good, but I'm assuming this is 8-bit.
Still that makes me hopeful enough to order a pi2b and try it out.

Thanks.
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raspberri pi seems like a neat little thing for tinkering around with

wish i knew coding though :(
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>>51598262
>wait for me to ssh in and stare at htop for a bit and then go away
literally all I did on my first vps
glorious times
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Do you guys know how well the Zero will emulate Android apps?
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>>51592541
>Whats consumer electronics
HURR
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vpn server
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>>51606419
Does this actually happen? I pulled the plug on mine quite a few times before I learned to turn it off

It's what's keeping me from installing my now redundant 64GB SD card and filling it with movies and PSone games
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>>51610441
I tested on my Pi 2B, 720p 10 bit is fluid but looks glitchy, 1080p 60 fps stutters. Regular 1080p plays flawlessly.
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>>51611910

If only there was some way you could use one to learn how to.
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