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Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby TheeMahn » Thu Jul 28, 2016 2:01 pm

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Re: Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby BBOSAK2143 » Sat Jul 30, 2016 2:35 pm

I am going to have to get one of those Raspberry PI's some time, sound very interesting. Money is still a little tight, but not terrible so am sure can spare some soon to get into it. Absolutely side with you about Seagate. One I bought for the Laptop is shot already, while the original Hitachi that came with it is still fine. Seagate makes some real junk and hope you put them in their place. If anyone can do that, I am positive would be you. Always is a treasure to hear what you are up to. No one else out here does half of what you accomplish. Was a little bummed when that Seagate started making that familiar trashed ratcheting sound when booting up, since I did have some info on it I wanted. Oh well, is the way it goes and am quite used to it. So least what you have stated has made my day. Knowing someone is going to get back at them is great. Best wishes to you always, glad work is going so well for you.
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Re: Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby TheeMahn » Mon Aug 08, 2016 11:46 pm

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Re: Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby chris47 » Tue Aug 09, 2016 7:02 pm

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Re: Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby Micro » Wed Aug 10, 2016 2:44 pm

I used to work with this guy who had a Pi that was controlling a card that could open any hotel/motel room door. It would also control the coffee machine access to his department. lol Those things are neat, although I find the odroids, not as commoon as Pi's, a much better machine for the cost:



Uncommon for me to hear the bad experiences with Seagate drives, I have 6 of them running strong for over 5 yrs now. And actually, a week ago, just had a new HP Laptop Hitachi drive crap out on me after 1 yr. Lifecycle of this type of hardware should be about 3-5 yrs. Plus oddly enough I have worked with a Hitachi Storage Array and those drives exceeded their lifecycle time and time again. But what i can tell you is that Western Digital drives are at the bottom of my list for sure...

Thee - Any thoughts on using btrfs for the file-system as it fits right into the NAS schema of storage versatility and requires less ram than ZFS, making it more suitable for lower resource machines?
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Re: Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby BBOSAK2143 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 10:12 am

I do have a Seagate in the desktop which is fine and bought before the one in the laptop. Pretty much stating the fact that the original Hitachi is just fine and that one came with the laptop, the other i purchased to have for an alternate setup on the laptop. Both of the drives have been formatted and reload same amount of times. Well, the purchase one(Seagate 500gig) is dead as it did that ratcheting sound on the boot and familiar BIOS message no drive found. Yes, I saw this with Western Digital also a few years back in the 20gig days. Last 500gig Western is still in this desktop used for storage mainly.

Yes, I know the Raspberry's are low price, just a little tight as had to dish out cash for a riding lawnmower this year. The 7 days a week also reduced to 4 and 5 so that is killing things also. Such is life always fun to scrape any money together. Am confident will happen soon and will be able to get into all this. Fall and Winter coming will be on the computer much more as usual. I have a new build of 14.06 LTS loaded very well and this is the best one yet I have done. I did pattern it against that 14.10 LXDE one I built last year which was fairly close to this one in dependability. Not perfect yet, but you know I will keep working to make them better and better. I did also wind up running Gnome 3.18, but just the Flashback desktop as was all I ever used anyway. Still, more than ever I use LXDE, since that desktop can take a beating and keep running. Gnome has never been durable and recent development is making it even more of a pansy.

I have been feeling a little more confident about working on systems and plan to try my luck with Android this winter and be working with this Raspberry stuff. The world of Linux is just still the greatest adventure in computers to me. Plus as I continually say, we have TheeMahn who genuinely cares about making things work correctly for Linux and our enjoyment. That dedication alone is enough to keep anyone continually interested in Linux.
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Re: Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby TheeMahn » Tue Aug 23, 2016 10:09 pm

Gentlemen, as far as the hard disk. False warnings we will call it. Imagine losing 6TB of info. I now keep a bunch in the drawer for redundancy. It is a bitch to keep up with 12TB of data as you make it. I have lost 3TB of data in the past and very deter-mental. Losing movies, don't give much of a damn. Source code is a ball busting experience. I have a stack of devices on my desk I need to work through. I have well over 30 TB of data in house, devices out the rump that seem to count on data in house even though I have high speed Internet per-say. In my house, no-one streams an occasional youtube video.

I use the internet, they used to yank on the JackHammer like it is an endless supply of information. I have pushed 90% to the NAS and has since rendered me able to reboot as I build without anybody complaining. As I fix / load more devices I look for bandwidth consumption and have to setup a second NAS. My router supports it as well, however via USB 2.0 once again a bottle neck. How many devices does it take to saturate AC wireless? They make better then my router, no matter how fast the router saturation comes from the CPU and storage in house. I wish I would have built the house and installed 10 Gigabit throughout the house with a receptacle in each and every room. We do not have cable TV and have absolutely no need for it, Netflix, Hulu all crap. The wife has become accustomed to it. The house is full of such devices. Flick a program on one, go downstairs and flick it on another TV, it does not stop, lets also watch this in the kitchen. Not understanding it is pulling from the same NAS. Let me pull up the phone....

I am fairly certain I have the fastest WD MyCloud NAS on the planet, or very close to that. After I work though the stack of devices I have on my computer table. I will try and write it back to the community or write an Ultimate Edition for it. There is zero firmware you can click the browse button select the file. I hope to change that.
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Re: Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby TheeMahn » Tue Aug 23, 2016 10:50 pm

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Re: Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby JohnTN » Mon Sep 05, 2016 1:35 pm

So is the intent to release a Rpi Ultimate Edition based Mate OS at some point? I am trying to keep up :)
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Re: Raspberry PI and Ultimate Edition

Postby JohnTN » Mon Oct 10, 2016 5:20 pm

So I guess it's just Pi in the sky??
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