On 11/30/16 11:08 PM, Chris Albertson wrote:
On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 12:42 PM, jimlux <jim...@earthlink.net> wrote:

I'm looking for a small linux single board - similar to RPi or Beaglebone
Black, but don't need the HDMI, or video stuff.
Preferably without weird connectors, and available for wide temperature
ranges (it's for a data logger/collector in the field)


Does it really need to run Linux?   If you can give up Linux then there are
MANY ARM Cortex M SBCs that are tiny and run on literally micro amps and
sell for under $5.   You can run a very small-footprint RTOS on the Cortex
M that can do "hard" real-time as well is some multitasking and even
network.


Yes.. Theres a bunch of software to run on it that already exists, and needs Linux.


If you really need Linux and it needs to be small and low cost and low
power, then look at the "Pi Zero".  It is a very small Pi that sells for
only $5.   It has video but just don't plug in the cable.


The Pizero and Pi A are about the same power: 400 mW with Wifi off, idle;


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