Pages with tag Linux Single Board Computers
FireFly RK3399 Plus Development Board / Single Board computer - unboxing and review The FireFly RK3399 is a high-end ARM-based single board computer. It comes with 2GB memory up to 4GB, and up to 32GB of eMMC on-board flash storage, dual WiFi, a long list of ports including dual cameras, USB3 plus USB2, PCIe, and more. With 4GB of memory this unit is equivalent in performance to the ChromeOS devices, but is open enough you control the operating system and more. The PCIe brings the option of using regular hard disks or SSD's.
NanoPi-M3: 8 blazing cores, but... // Review The NanoPi-M3 has 8 1.4GHz ARM cores, 1 GB data, 1+ GHz CPU, 1GHZ Ethernet, and a number of useful ports. The CPU generates a lot of heat so a heat-sink is necessary, except it's danged difficult to mount one. It has more GPIO pins than the Raspberry Pi. There's a number of ports on various chips that aren't exposed to users. It has enough warts that one might not want to use this, unless high parallel computation rate is needed thanks to the 8 cores.
OpenMediaVault on Raspberry PI 3 - Plex Media Server Plugin A short video showing you how to setup openmediavault on raspberry pi 3. How to enable Plex Media Server plugin.
Raspberry Pi Zero W, inexpensive Zero goodness, now with WiFi for just $10 The original Raspberry Pi Zero was a game-changer for inexpensive computers, offering a full-fledged for just $5. The biggest problem was the lack of WiFi. The Raspberry Pi foundation have now fixed that, unveiling the new Zero W with both WiFi and Bluetooth.