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Endgame124

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The Raspberry Pi Foundation has just released the Pi 4 Compute module - its a Pi 4 that is cut down for more industrial use (ex, no integrated ports) and due to this is more power efficient than the Pi 4 B.


I'm checking on the official forums to see if there is an easy way to do Power of Ethernet on these new compute modules. If so, I'll probably pickup a PoE switch and play with it a little bit, as more power efficiency and a buy in starting at $25 per compute module is very, very appealing.
 

StefanR5R

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Arm on Linux / Raspberry Pi Supported Projects
https://boinc.berkeley.edu/projects.php
-Amicable numbers
-Asteroids
-Einstein
-LHC
-Radioactive
-Rosetta
-Universe
-World Community Grid
-Yoyo
-iThena
-MLC@Home
-RakeSearch (currently without work for its ARM application)
-TN-Grid (not listed at boinc.berkeley.edu)

For widest project support, a 64bit Linux with 32bit binary compatibility support is needed.
 

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