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Old 06-14-2018, 10:15 PM   #1
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LXer: Piventory: LJ Tech Editor's Personal Stash of Raspberry Pis and Other Single-Board Computers


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Occasionally, I'll hear people talk about how they have a Raspberry Pior some other small computer lying around, but they haven't figured outquite what to do with it yet. And it always shocks me, because I have a house full ofthose small computers doing all sorts of things, so in this article, Idescribe my personal"Piventory" ...

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