I've seen some comments on some websites regarding the stability of the model B with 512MB memory. I wonder if someone has some experience with it and whether you consider it safe to purchase. I don't want to end up paying for a platform in development but want to has at least some stability and reliability. Thanks.
Thanks guys. Out of impulsive shopping I pushed the button. Now it seems a decent choice. Thanks for the Debian link Papa G. I will need to learn linux somewhere so maybe I learn it with raspberry pi
I am a kind of "hammering a refrigerator yourself" kind of guy. I don't mind doing all the ground work as long as it suits me On the other hand, I can certainly use established web servers. I am going to have to learn or relearn perl, am I? I hate its syntax, sux.
Given the R-pi has been out for a year or so, I imagine so. Frankly I haven't powered mine on for a long time, so I can't say how stable they are. You might want to read the R-pi forum to see what types of questions come up: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/
Quote from: MichaelMeissner on May 31, 2013, 03:16 pmGiven the R-pi has been out for a year or so, I imagine so. Frankly I haven't powered mine on for a long time, so I can't say how stable they are. You might want to read the R-pi forum to see what types of questions come up: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/Thanks. Registered. Now I'm known as liudr on raspberry pi forum
Thanks Papa G. I couldn't find if there is C programming and how to set up make file etc. on that book.
If your program is time critical, you should be writing in a compiled lanugages and not an interpreted language anyway. Any book on Linux should have the details if needed, it doesn't have to be R-pi only.