How do you plan to use your board?
#1
With all the buzz of the new board, I thought it be fun to find out what everyone plans to do with their board. I'm thinking of using it to study becoming a DBA, or retro gaming
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(07-09-2017, 05:50 PM)KryPtAlIvIaN Wrote: With all the buzz of the new board, I thought it be fun to find out what everyone plans to do with their board. I'm thinking of using it to studying becoming a DBA, or retro gaming

One 2GB board for ATV  

One 2GB board for OMV 

One 4GB board for Linux and messing around
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#3
Taking over the world

Mostly messing around, but also helping develop software for it. Smile
Community administrator and sysadmin for PINE64
(Translation: If something breaks on the website, forum, or chat network, I'm a good person to yell at about it)

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#4
I will run it as a web server in my basement. It will also act as my primary python development platform as well although I could dedicate an A64+ to that.

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#5
Totally an engieering plaything right now;

... working on the gpio model for user space atm;  and my gpio breakout cable.
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#6
Its good to see everyone using their boards for different things.

The other day, my girlfriend and I were talking about free time when we were younger. Seems like as a kid/ teenager free time was endless. Back in the day I would Study/Tinker and play games all evening. Now, after I get done with things that need to be done around the house, I look down and then back up at the clock and its bedtime Wink
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#7
For me the most important features are the I/O capabilities with USB3 and GbE, so I think I will try some microserver use cases...
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#8
Some people interest on 4GB board for docker.
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#9
4GB = docker (microserver) / OMV
2GB = OMV & ATV
1GB = MQTT & node-red, low bandwidth MySQL (and hopefully NRF24L01 gateway).
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#10
Did order the 4GB edition.

I like to try run Proxmox on it, see or it is possible to run 3-4 VM´s at the same time.
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