n_K, on 16 July 2012 - 12:57, said:
I'll do a DD of my SD card later and put it up.
I don't know why people think the gooseberry is any better, it has NO HARDWARE ACCELLERATION AT ALL if you get linux on it. All it can do is the same as the RPi for decoding h.264 or whatever they've licensed, if you put X11 on it and try to run even fluxbox, it will be so slow it's unusable.
Well the Gooseberry is quite useful if you want to tinker with Android I suppose.
Smooth ICS tinkering for <100 bucks? Hell yeah!
Can you release uncompiled code, too?
That would be hot!
Where did you get Gentoo for Rasberry anyways?
Not been actively researching alternatives to the known candidates myself so far, so might have missed obvious sources!
Depicus, on 16 July 2012 - 13:47, said:
I never got QEMU going in OS X so used an Ubuntu VM with QEMU to play with.
QEMU Team, fix yer Mac code!
WelshBluebird, on 16 July 2012 - 15:05, said:
Is there any chance of getting flash to work on any of these things?
I know I am probably asking a bit much, butI'm not looking for video playback or anything.
Just basic flash apps that stream audio (as that is what the football club I support use to stream live commentary of their games).
This is not a hardware issue.
It's a social issue, infiltrate them and change their IT strategy!
Other than that: good luck, brave man!
(Could wirk, wouldn't install that sucker Flash myself though!
ahhell, on 16 July 2012 - 15:45, said:
Crap. Would 750mAh be enough for a "B"?
Official PSU has 1200mAh, which probably covers powering the USB a bit, so should be OKAY, but expect no flawlessness when hooking up stuff that draws a little power.
Official PSU: http://uk.rs-online....supply/7263053/
Further powering questions tackled here: http://www.raspberrypi.org/faqs
articuno1au, on 16 July 2012 - 16:18, said:
Noted. Should I ever make it to be a mod, thou shalt feel my wrath!