I could have placed both the on same pi, just didn't want to place additional loads on it to make sure the email server had plenty of resources to run smoothly.Takenover83 wrote:Couldn't the email/web server's be on the same pi?
I did own 2. But my gave it to my brother. Down to 1. But I am already missing the 2nd.
Wow!DAI-X wrote:Erm... 16?
1 x 3B currently being used experimentally to play with Bluetooth and logging passers-by with active BT devices. (the electronic equivalent of curtain-twitching)
2 x 2B - one is my 'PC' and development unit
2 x Zeros - both 'between projects'
6 x B+ 1 x Telescope camera , 2 x NAS / Kodi media players, 1 x general project unit, 2 x spare
2 x B (512) 1 x 'travel pi' , 1 general project unit
1 x B (256) powers a homebuilt internet radio driving a HD44780 4 x 20 LCD
1 x A+ Runs the central heating
1 x A (256) Basically came free with an ebay pi-camera
I've lost count. Over 10 Pi1Bs, over 10 Pi2Bs (I had 10 of them at DunDraCon this year and I know that wasn't all of them), at least 4 B+. At least 2 A+, 2 Pi3B, so far, with another awaiting shipment. 1 CM. I'll get at least 2 Pi3A and at least one CM3 when those come out. Plus various other bits a pieces of Pi-related hardware.richcb wrote:Seeing as it's over two years since the last post in this thread I thought it might be interesting to try and reactivate it in the light of new models and the increasing popularity of the Raspberry Pi platform.
So, in March 2016, how many Raspberry Pis do you own? I'm just awaiting delivery of my second Raspberry Pi 3 and have a feeling it won't be the last.