On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 12:23 PM, Volker Fervers <mail...@edv-fervers.de> wrote:
> Hello,
> after running freenet for years 24x7 on standard PCs I'm searching a
> different suitable platform (e.g. concerning performance, power
> consumption).
> Found this list of single-boarders:
>         https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_single-board_computers
> Are there any reports from freenetters on the ODROID-family?

What you should keep in mind in when picking your board of choice:
- Freenet needs a reasonably powerful CPU. Multicore is a big plus,
since Freenet is threaded heavily.
- Freenet needs *lots* of RAM (don't even think about <512MiB boards).
I'd go for one with 2GiB, though 1GiB may work just fine when Freenet
is configured conservatively and without WoT/Sone/…
- Freenet will (at least in its current state) be quite heavy on
(random) I/O, up to *very* heavy when using plugins such as WoT.

I've been thinking about running Freenet on one of those cheap Android
"TV sticks" that can be had from China for about €35. I still haven't
made my final decision on that, though: not all seem to accept custom
Linux installation equally well.

Please keep us informed on what you end up using and how it works out for you.

— Bert
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