arduino computer

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.

amirluq: is it possible to make arduino computer using arduino uno.

It depends on how you define "computer". The short answer is no.

amirluq: 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.

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.

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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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.

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.

VIC20: VIC 20 on Atmega328P