On 06/11/2017 01:16 AM, Robert Moskowitz wrote: > > > On 06/11/2017 01:07 AM, John R Pierce wrote: >> On 6/10/2017 9:19 PM, Robert Moskowitz wrote: >>> I recommend the Cubieboards or Linkspirt. The advantage of both of >>> these over a RaspberryPI: >>> >>> Mainline kernel. See what it takes for a special RPi kernel over on >>> the Centos-arm list. >>> Sata interface. What are you going to run your stuff on? A slow SD >>> card or a slow USB drive? >> >> >> I use Rasbian on my pi's. its pretty hard to beat $35 for the >> pi3 if cost is important. >> > I got my pcDuino3 Nano Lite for $20, but it is hard to find it at that > price. > > http://www.cnx-software.com/2015/12/16/15-pcduino-nano3-lite-includes-gigabit-ethernet-and-a-real-sata-port/ Oh, and it is arduino compatible, so if you put Fedora-arm on it, there are the development tools for arduino available. That is what I originally got this board for, but I have not really gotten into arduino development.