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amirluq

is it possible to make arduino computer using arduino uno. i've seen people make raspberry pi super computer so i wonder f it possible to make one using arduino uno.

DuaneDegn

is it possible to make arduino computer using arduino uno.
It depends on how you define "computer". The short answer is no.

i've seen people make raspberry pi super computer so i wonder f it possible to make one using arduino uno.
I've seen networks made up of Raspberry Pi boards but I don't think I've seen a Raspberry Pi supercomputer.

A Raspberry Pi is a computer. An Arduino is a microcontroller.

It's certainly possible to link multiple Arduinos together but then one has to ask why?

If you want a computer, I suggest getting a Raspberry Pi.

mrburnette

is it possible to make arduino computer using arduino uno. i've seen people make raspberry pi super computer so i wonder f it possible to make one using arduino uno.
An UNO only has 2K of SRAM, not much... BUT, it can run BASIC and drive a display and work an IBM/ps2 keyboard.  So, yes, in a limited way.

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Budvar10

I am not sure if it is possible with the UNO but with the ATmega644P or 1284P it already exists. Linux on ATmega:

http://dmitry.gr/index.php?r=05.Projects&proj=07.%20Linux%20on%208bit

I see the biggest problem of UNO (ATmega328P) in insufficient number of pins.
Arduino clone with ATmega1284P   http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=277260.0

mrburnette

I am not sure if it is possible with the UNO but with the ATmega644P or 1284P it already exists. Linux on ATmega:

http://dmitry.gr/index.php?r=05.Projects&proj=07.%20Linux%20on%208bit

I see the biggest problem of UNO (ATmega328P) in insufficient number of pins.

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