I have rubber feet on mine.alexeames wrote:[..] I think mounting it on something is a good idea, to stop you putting it down on, say, coins and creating a short. [..]
And I thought I was a geek ...MicroStrand wrote:It would be nice to see an "unboxing video" on YouTube, so people get an idea of what it looks like when 50 RPi's are unpacked.
Absolutely - it's practical, it's interesting and it's fun if you like that sort of thing, and it doesn't break the bank.Yewberry wrote:There's something utterly benign and wonderful about all this Pi stuff, you know
I use a Logitech EX110 wireless keyboard/mouse combo, plugged directly into the Pi without benefit of a hub, and it's fine. (I've also used it with a powered hub, and that worked too.)mharrell wrote:Has anyone successfully been able to use a wireless keyboard and mouse?
Well said! But you'll probably be flamed ...bgirardot wrote:I generally feel that way about any computer that runs linux, this one included.
Thank you.elatllat wrote:PS: good job building your box.
Biggest mistake we ever made, as far as transport is concerned, was scrapping the trams. You have only to look at the public transport systems in modern European cities.michele.x wrote:I think that for urban bublic tranportation there's a well proven solution: the trolleybus.