[clug] Raspberry Pi WLAN issues

Jeff Stiff smee.heee at gmail.com
Tue May 27 17:56:08 MDT 2014

Not specifically pi bashing, but the odroid wins hands down in the bang for
buck and usability areas. Of course different t use cases still probably
put the pi ahead in some areas.
On 28/05/2014 9:50 AM, "Stephen Gibson" <Stephen.Gibson at anu.edu.au> wrote:

> Definitely:
> (1) Rpi version  - use a powered hub for the original 256Mb model, 512Mb
> models seem ok.
> (2) USB adapter - some are more reliable than others.
> What's with the negative Rpi comments ...
> They are great low budget interface boards. I have 4:
> (1) 256Mb model B: Security camera (rpi cam and motion software) + access
> point (emails me the IP address changes), USB wifi connection, running
> raspbian. I must admit the Wifi occasionally hangs.
> (2) 512Mb model B: Openelec XBMC front end for mythTV backend. Ethernet
> connected. Minimal delays, works great, including HEC (TV remote control of
> xbmc) that required no configuration. It turned out that wife/kids prefer
> the old keyboard interface(!).
> (3) 512Mb model B: Sainsmart 3.2 LCD touch screen + guntzyPi+ arduino
> (2-wire I2C control, teesny). Still playing with. Notro modified raspbian.
> (4) 512 Mb model B: raspbian. Used to play with 1-wire DS18B20 temperature
> (soon humidity) sensors. I also have 1 2.4" TFT screen, but have not
> managed to drive it yet.
> All good fun.
> Steve.
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