It would likely have more ram. It could also run window's applications. I know that you said that anything worthwhile is already available on the pi but I suspect that's a bit of an overstatement.Heater wrote:I'm curious.
In what way would it be better if Raspberry boards were based on an x86 SOC ?
That's because he forgot to tell you to hit the escape key first. In vi, you hit the escape key constantly. The only thing it doesn't do is let you escape. You start nano by typing nano.Sparks135 wrote:Tried :wq all it did was type that on the screen.
Doesn't R. jessie lite work on the zero?Axilot wrote:Ok I mean why don't make a different image of Raspbian for rapsberry pi 1 an zero, without package that they cannot manage?
ssh in and control it that way. If it's the keyboard, you pretty much got to unplug it to find out for sure.ab1jx wrote:Haven't tried unplugging it, I'm trying to use it right now.