[App_rpt-users] Computing Hardware....

Doug Crompton doug at crompton.com
Sun Jul 7 23:52:29 EDT 2013

 I too would like to see the simple USB work on the Pi. The problem is that apparently the version of Asterisk that is in the Pi repository is newer and not compatible with app-rpt. If this really is the case then I ask why are we not making apt-rpt compatible with newer asterisk code.  I find answers on apt-rpt regarding this are at times ellusive.
There is code that works on the Beagleboard XM but I was also holding off for the Beaglebone black or some other cheaper board.
RasPBX runs on both the Pi and the Beagle black - http://www.raspberry-asterisk.org/
I wonder if there are any splinter groups working on any of these projects and if so how could we contribute.

73 Doug

> Date: Sun, 7 Jul 2013 13:57:57 +0100
> From: jrh at g0fhm.co.uk
> To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] Computing Hardware....
> Guys,
> The old laptop that I use on my node is just about ready to roll over 
> and die (numerous SMART warnings, and it's getting extremely hot).
> I'm looking for new hardware options.
> Any suggestions? In an ideal world, I would like to use my Pi with 
> simpleusb (PL is handled by radio with hardware COR), but from reading 
> the archives, it's been said that it is likely to never happen. Has 
> anyone actually used a Pi & made it work?
> Or, what about a Thin Client?
> I haven't got that much money to splash on new stuff, and I need 
> something with a low (ish) power consumption.
> Any ideas would be appreciated!
> Cheers,
> James G0FHM
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