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Old 2015-02-02, 16:49   #34
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http://techcrunch.com/2015/02/02/raspberry-pi-2/
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Old 2015-02-02, 22:03   #35
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How to run BOINC on PI:

http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/

http://burdeview.blogspot.co.uk/p/ra...e-created.html
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Old 2015-02-02, 22:40   #36
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How to run BOINC on PI:
Answer: slowly.
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Old 2015-02-02, 22:55   #37
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The PIDORA download (Fedora Remix, they say) may not be acceptable to some users.
In some countries, it could be even considered a criminal offense
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Old 2015-02-03, 08:13   #38
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The PIDORA download (Fedora Remix, they say) may not be acceptable to some users.
In some countries, it could be even considered a criminal offense
The only reason I know that's a Russian site is the ru in the web address. Keep me from seeing the web address and tell me Eqyptian or Iranian, I'll be none the wiser. Not saying the 3 countries have anything in common, just babbling about how stupid I am.
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Old 2015-02-04, 02:52   #39
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Let's assume that you already learned how to use google search.
Next step is google translate.
For practice, try it on that site, and then you can try it on this one
Was it that hard?
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Old 2015-02-04, 18:33   #40
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http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/...t-very-useful/
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Old 2015-02-04, 19:18   #41
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Intriguing. I was a big fan of MIPS systems back in the day and still have several stashed away in the loft.

A significant part of the RSA-129 project ran on MIPS machines. The main relation collecting machine at MIT was a DECserver 240, the same model as two in my collection.

The nostalgia market is still there but whether that is enough to keep the architecture alive is rather doubtful.
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Old 2015-02-05, 18:19   #42
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Old 2015-02-05, 19:33   #43
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Is it sad how the things whose size I could related to the most in the picture at the top of the article were USB ports?
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Old 2015-02-05, 20:29   #44
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Is it sad how the things whose size I could related to the most in the picture at the top of the article were USB ports?
LOL... Might it be possible the large USB ports were provisioned because they provided legacy support? (And, besides, the extra surface area required would help with conductive / radiative heat exchange...)
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