/g/ what have you done with yours?
I've been putting off getting one of these things for ages but now that they recently released the 2 I'm going to get one. Not entirely sure yet on what I'll do with it except play around.
openelec for media server behind my 42" 4k tv.
I'm planning to maybe buy another one (I'm waiting for the 2 to cost 30€) to use as opevpn + nas.
or use the B+ for that, and buy another board for xbmc that can play my hi10p anime (protip: the pi2 won't)
I wasn't really planning on using it to play any media files. Mostly just as a web server for some stuff and maybe to auto download stuff from my box so I coudl turn off the PC during nights.
Thx anon I'll make sure to check it out.
>Mostly just as a web server for some stuff and maybe to auto download stuff from my box so I coudl turn off the PC during nights.
a B/B+ is enough for that.
A model 2 or an Odroid C1 won't hurt, but good luck spending less than 40-45 bucks
tried to run a MC server, absolutely abysmal performance. the mc server designed to be used for Pis is no longer updated.
i used it for an apache server at one point. now it just sits in a drawer because i really can't find a good use for it. not enough power to do anything major with. (without buying multiple, which is pointless as anything you'd do would just be better buying a proper pc for)
>it's final state. I'm really curious about Win10 on a Rasp
You sure? I'm guessing it's more or less Windows CE 2015 edition or windows 10 phone edition. People probably assumes the micro framework thing on their general IoT webpage means it wont have graphics support.
I connected a couple of temperature sensors to it and have it monitor outside and inside temperatures.
>automated grow house
>automated quad copter control unit with gyros and gps
>person counter system
>internet enable a household machine
>make an intelligent scale to track your weight and automatically recognize whos on the scale
>drink mixer where you order drinks over internet or bluetooth
>home made alarm system
How do you go about implementing PCIe x1 on a Raspberry Pi? Do you guys know any tricks?
I found a method but is kinda messy, needs like 3 adapters (pic unrelated).
That's what happens when you don't shut down kodi properly and only do it via remote.
Fuck my laziness