Actually, spoke to Gordon last night, and he is of the opinion that the vast majority of people will now see no problems, and he expects to be able to improve the USB again to reduce the impact on users by a significant factor, which should make it even better. So, please don't take the relatively few remaining reports of USB issues as indicative of the whole situation. It comes down to 'try your USB hardware on the board' - and given it's an industrial project, $35 to try it is not a huge outlay. In fact, probably the cehapest HW test you'll ever find!thradtke wrote:Remember you have a developer board at hand whose ethernet port is tied to a very weak USB hardware. Lots of reports in this forum about connection losses and bizarre workarounds.
Fair enough! I think the use or not of a Raspi depends solely on the requirements - I'm sure it will be possible to use in certain 'industrial' applications, and I'm equally sure it should'nt be used in other ones! I for one won't be using it as a flight computer.thradtke wrote:Hi James. I'm myself (indirectly) concerned with process control in HVAC business. Usually money not spent is easily eaten up by problems. I wouldn't recommend consumer PC hardware either.
Maybe not, but poing is: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... =63&t=3837Lob0426 wrote:I guarantee the FAA is not going to be letting you use it as a flight computer either!
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