Wait, what's that? An 8GB version of the Pi 4?!
@fribbledom I feel like you can netboot a fairly comprehensive distributed cross compilation environment on these things.
@fribbledom They also have a beta for a 64-bit version of their OS, so that'll help expand the use cases quite a bit. ^_^
@fribbledom This along with the new SSD/USB boot option is pretty crazy.
@fribbledom don't need it, but i want it
@fribbledom The PI4 is already better than my computer :(
@fribbledom that doesn't look like any raspberry pie I've ever made. 😂
@fribbledom $75? Wow, getting close to intel based mini PCs
@fribbledom and they announce it a month after I got the 4GB edition! :P
@fribbledom mmhmm, yes please :)
@fribbledom The Pinebook Pro and the regular 4gb version are *pretty* capable full time (light) machines. This makes it a pretty serious contender for full "regular" duty. More of this!
@fribbledom and I just got a 4gb yesterday -_-
@fribbledom Thanks. I have been threatening to dive in and now I have.Just ordered an 8GB kit. I have ZERO experience with Raspberry Pi and only very limited linux experience, but I need a effin' project to calm my mind. THANKS for the nudge.
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