Hsldn wrote:Possible, but i need slightly more cpu power than raspberry pi. Is there a similar product that has a faster cpu, and more ram? Also raspberry doesn't even come with enclosing. I need a more consumer ready product.
Deanjo wrote:Considering that he is wondering about ARM systems as well, I would imagine that he is looking to run Linux on the system. That being said, the graphics on that Atom (being PowerVR) are notorious for being absolute crap on linux.
Hsldn wrote:I am not even going to plug a monitor or keyboard once i set it up . I don't need fast graphics . I don't know how much difference does it make while using remote desktop.
If i run it on linux , can i also use it as a very powerfull router and connect my computer to the internet using it?
DPete27 wrote:This Atom barebones system for $70 has a 3.5" drive bay and USB3.0.
Deanjo wrote:you would probably look at something with dual nics then or at least an open slot to put in a second NIC.
Deanjo wrote:Why not just hook up a raspberry pi to an external drive?......even just getting a desktop that isn't slow as molasses is a trying experience with PowerVR on the atoms. Having to use software rendering on an atom is not a pretty experience.
Transmission (1 Article )
Download torrents directly from your Mybook Live, even when your windows computer is Off.
Transmission is an open source torrent downloader, with a nice GUI web user interface.
This Feature pack will automatically configure Transmission on your Mybook Live Device...
Prestige Worldwide wrote:Why not get a NAS like the WD MyBook Live? You can download torrents directly using their web interface and not even have to use a computer.