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Thread: raspberry pi
2012-03-12, 15:16 #11pskiGuest
2012-03-12, 15:28 #12pskiGuest
My question would be: What would I gain from Android-pi vs a stripped-down distro (like VortexBox?) If all it's going to do is play, the only two parameters are convenience and cost.
2012-03-12, 15:41 #13pskiGuest
The problem with RasPi as a NAS processor at this point is the speed of the USB <if it is USB 2.0>
The gigabit in my Buffalo generally do a little over a gigabyte per minute to the dual core 2006 heaters on my network.
If you RasPi'ed using USB 2.0 disks you might not like doing anything with larger files. Of course, streaming could be copasetic. Of course, it could take a long time while you are sleeping as well.
2012-03-12, 15:42 #14
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When Squeezeplay was developed, Softsqueeze was effectively replaced and so Logitech stopped "supporting" it and so it became community supported. I think "curbed" is too strong - its functionality has not been changed.
2012-03-12, 15:47 #15pskiGuest
I've always loved Softsqueeze for two reasons: remote install is easy over the phone and <before the Touch and Radio> exactly emulates my hardware.
Despite all the complaints about software players, I've never had an issue with sync.