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Does anyone use the Raspberry Pi?

  1. Zippeer
    Honeycomb Jun 14, 2014

    Zippeer , Jun 14, 2014 :
    If a Raspberry PI is to expensive for you then what are you doing here? The OPO must be waaay out of your price range then
     

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  2. Apteryx
    Jelly Bean Jun 14, 2014

    Apteryx , Jun 14, 2014 :
    That was ironic bro :D
     

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  3. b4hofer
    Cupcake Jun 14, 2014

    b4hofer , Jun 14, 2014 :
    Yes, running a small web server, and pyload download server at the moment, I also tried some home automation with it.
     

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  4. leemartin
    Lollipop Jun 14, 2014


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  5. Kban
    Gingerbread Jun 14, 2014


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  6. shaheed015
    Honeycomb Jun 14, 2014


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  7. Facemelter222
    Donut Jun 14, 2014

    Facemelter222 , Jun 14, 2014 :
    You make it sound like it's a bad thing to have too many devices ;-) I have the R-PI... But I have a addiction... Need a 12 step program lol
     

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  8. ElUntador
    Honeycomb Jun 14, 2014

    ElUntador , Jun 14, 2014 :
    I do. I have one running xmbc and the other one working as an environment controller (BLE, IR & Wi-Fi)
     

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  9. perfecttjv
    Gingerbread Jun 14, 2014


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  10. dovLAN
    Gingerbread Jun 14, 2014

    dovLAN , Jun 14, 2014 :
    Temporarily got a hold of one recently while helping out with a project of sorts. I rather like it, though if I bought one I have no idea what I'd actually use it for, perhaps a little server or something.
     

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  11. Th0mas_2
    Froyo Jun 14, 2014


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  12. Deactivated User
    Jun 14, 2014


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  13. Aikimaniac
    Honeycomb Jun 14, 2014

    Aikimaniac , Jun 14, 2014 :
    I have next to me RPI with 3 virtual hosts running as 3 websites and i have cloud on it (WD 500GB) for photos and stuff from cellphone... BUT..if somebody wants it, i recommend to check hardkernel.com for Odroid U3...for 65 USD its a little rocket :D
     

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  14. Cabinet
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 14, 2014

    Cabinet , Jun 14, 2014 :
    I do! It's a nifty little device. I mostly use it to play around with arm based Linux distros. Tried to use it for XMBC/DLNA but it was too slow unfortunately =(
     

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  15. snakesolid
    Gingerbread Jun 14, 2014

    snakesolid , Jun 14, 2014 :
    I'm still thinking why I should buy a Raspberry Pi...
    But Raspberry Pi is a good initiative !
    I look regularly the Raspberry Pi news feed.

    P.S. : Count how many time I wrote Raspberry Pi :p
     

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  16. JoshuaTP
    Froyo Jun 15, 2014


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  17. morturio
    Gingerbread Jun 15, 2014

    morturio , Jun 15, 2014 :
    Yes, with tank tracks and a Li-Po battery to roam around our office building looking for phones with open Bluetooth connections.
     

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  18. alzudemfred
    Honeycomb Jun 15, 2014

    alzudemfred , Jun 15, 2014 :
    Yes. I use it as a streaming device for my bedroom tv and a little retro gaming with emulators. Reaaaally great!
     

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  19. GlennVansp
    Gingerbread Jun 15, 2014


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  20. ThaRaven403
    Gingerbread Jun 15, 2014

    ThaRaven403 , Jun 15, 2014 :
    Got two actually....

    One is for a digital picture frame, hooked to a 21 inch monitor that was unused, gets the pictures from a shared folder on my PC via rsync...

    The other I installed the RetroPie image to have an emulation station, which will eventually be hidden inside my old PS2, and I'll mod the cover to put a built-in 7 inch monitor for it.

    Wonderful little machine for geeks !!
     

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