[kwlug-disc] Raspberry Pi alternatives

jvj at golden.net jvj at golden.net
Thu Dec 12 17:18:42 EST 2013


 FWIW (as I have neither any of the current "Alternatives" or a 
 Raspberry Pi)

 Broadly speaking "Alternatives" like the Arduino and the Beagle board 
 are intended for embedded development where the Raspberry Pi is a bit 
 higher in the food chain as it comes with a Linux OS and a host of 
 peripherals with drivers.

 Though there is overlap, the alternatives are intended for a different 
 audience / application set than the Raspberry Pi.

 I do have (and have used) manufacturer supplied and 3rd party 
 development boards for a number of microprocessors. These had no (or 
 limited) peripherals. And this was approx a decade or more ago.

 jsquared

 On Thu, 12 Dec 2013 16:53:46 -0500, unsolicited <unsolicited at swiz.ca> 
 wrote:
> Not being up on the topic, what might the "many of the issues
> inherent in the Raspberry Pi" be? And are they solved by other kits?
>
> On 13-12-12 01:28 PM, Chris Craig wrote:
>> I came across this set of dev boards, which seem to overcome many of
>> the issues inherent in the Raspberry Pi. Unfortunately they seem to 
>> be
>> less readily available:
>>
>> https://www.olimex.com/Products/OLinuXino/open-source-hardware
>>
>> They've got them at Digikey, Mouser, and Newark - all have 
>> "Canadian"
>> presence, but none are really Canadian companies like Sayal or
>> Creatron.
>>
>> Do you think this or other alternatives are worth investigating?
>
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