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I'd love to do another one biggrin.gif maybe I will do a revision 2 after I get a move on with my valve amp project smile.gif

I would definitely love to see that. If you could make any changes right now, what would they be?
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I would definitely love to see that. If you could make any changes right now, what would they be?

For start not use a downsize fitting that corroded.

I would probably play around in sketch up and see if there's a better layout I could do.

So you have any suggestions?
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Just got done working on a job for a client. I stopped by Microcenter, and bought second raspberry pi.



I have already moved it.

Clear case - Minecraft-server
black case - Tor Router

Future RPI projects: Torrent/Seed box, Cloud server (or maybe use raspbmc)
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Question for those with more knowledge then me.

How hard is it to make a local Minecraft server with one of these ?

Also how well do they cope with the task?

I would only be having 2-3 players at the most.
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Question for those with more knowledge then me.

How hard is it to make a local Minecraft server with one of these ?

Also how well do they cope with the task?

I would only be having 2-3 players at the most.

how far away are is the other 1-2 players from you?

It is not hard to make the server, just tweaking it so it doesn't crash is tricky (which I will give you the settings I have once you get your server up) Mine has been stable except for the few times it has crashed (entering the nether the first time)
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how far away are is the other 1-2 players from you?

It is not hard to make the server, just tweaking it so it doesn't crash is tricky (which I will give you the settings I have once you get your server up) Mine has been stable except for the few times it has crashed (entering the nether the first time)

They are only like 5-15 meters away. Joined by a network switch.

Would it hard or impossible to allow maybe one other person from a different location ? Like my sons friend from school at his house.

So it would two at my house (5-15meters away) and one from a few suburbs away.
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They are only like 5-15 meters away. Joined by a network switch.

Would it hard or impossible to allow maybe one other person from a different location ? Like my sons friend from school at his house.

So it would two at my house (5-15meters away) and one from a few suburbs away.

I would not know about the kid off of the network, to be honest it should be fine, minecraft is cpu heavy make sure to OC it wink.gif
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Grabbed some cheap furniture, brought my speakers down and found a free TV on Craigslist and tada, cheap entertainment area. smile.gif Just what the cave needed. You can see my Pi in the middle there in front of the TV. Screen's hard to see in this picture (it's not that bright IRL), but games play great aside from the screen being a little blurry.

To-do: get a network cable from work, route it downstairs to the Pi, install XBMC, hook up hard drive dock, get a decent-sized HDD, and upload our movies to it.
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I want to use a 2x hdd raid 1 usb box for a rasp-pi nas. This way I can build server roles for it. Any suggestions on a good one; there are a lot out there?

Im looking for all black and a low foot print. This is what I was looking at now.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004KKXLLG/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=3LVBBYZA4KFF6&coliid=I1K5X7AAQMM9LR
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Hey guys I just got a raspberry pi and I don't know anything about it or how to use python tongue.gif. What kind of cool, practical stuff can you use a raspberry pi for? Thanks!
    
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