Last night my gateway machine fans making final dying for real sounds and I need a replacement. It's a T42 which was already half dead when I repurposed it to this duty and it has worked for four years. I have RPi2, Beaglebone black etc. But in the end I decided to buy a used T60 for $100.
> On Jul 9, 2015, at 8:16 AM, arn...@skeeve.com wrote: > > Raspberry pi isn't what I want. > > I want to be able to compile / do serious development and being able > to run Linux would also help. I'm not comfortable moving outside of > Intel architecture and I want the horsepower I can get out of a Haswell > or Broadwell. > > Thanks, > > Arnold > > Shingo Onobori <onoborishi...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> Is the Raspberry Pi2 bad choice? >> >> http://www.plan9.bell-labs.com/wiki/plan9/download/ >> >>> On 2015/07/09 21:18, arn...@skeeve.com wrote: >>> Does anyone have experience using Intel NUCs with Plan 9? I'm looking >>> at >>> http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Next-Unit-Computing-NUC5i3RYK/dp/B00S1ISFOQ/ref=sr_1_9?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1436443454&sr=1-9&keywords=intel+nuc >>> which is a Broadwell Core i3. >>> >>> Other recommendations for low-cost, small form factor boxes to run >>> Plan 9 would be welcome, preferably with links (:-). >>> >>> Thanks, >>> >>> Arnold > >