The Odroid XU4 has 8cores (4*2GHz and 4*1.3GHz) , 2GB DDR3 RAM, 2*USB3 + 1*USB2 ports, HDMI and GPIO. It runs perfect with the #RaspiBlitz on DietPi build github.com/rootzoll/raspiblitz
Plans are to test a HDMI screen and implement electrs to run a full electrum server on this node.

The address is 02a4c564af0f33795b438e8d76d2b5057c3dcd1115be144c3fc05e7c8c65486f23@valadbahwqsr6uxh.onion:9735
(for monitoring and testing, has no active channels yet)

The #RaspiBlitz on @DietPi_ is maturing to a major privacy machine. The Electrum Server in Rust from @roman_zeyde is serving the @ElectrumWallet perfectly from an Odroid XU4 and HC1. See this short script to make the setup quicker: gist.github.com/openoms/8d365f

@openoms Thanks for your great work. Have you tried to run the latest Electrum with HW wallet support on a Raspberry Pi? It seems that your tutorial is only intended for x86_64 github.com/openoms/bitcoin-tut ?

@ledger
I did that once. Trezors worked fine as part of multisig wallet. The setup was equipped with touchscreen display so it was the cheapest cold storage assembled using brand new components.

@openoms

@liberliver @ledger I would really like to hear more about this. So it was a RasperryPi? Which OS distro you used? I presume then it was Electrum and the HW wallet plugin for Trezor. 7" Touchscreen to HDMI or GPIO?

@openoms
Yes. It was old model of RPi without wifi. So pretty slow. Better to use latest model and solder out wifi antenna. Raspbian works good. I used offline package manager apt-offline to setup all I need for enabling hardware wallets support. Then Electrum portable version works good on airgapped device.
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