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... Continued - A P-ROC project for Bally's Cactus Canyon

By epthegeek

9 years ago


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#1501 12 days ago
Quoted from RobertWinter:

If anyone wants a backup PC for CCC, I still have a Dell Studio Hybrid that I'd be willing to part with.

This has been sold.

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#1502 4 days ago
Quoted from epthegeek:

Roger that. I orderd a rpi4 and we'll see if I can get it set up and running. Assuming I can, I'll image the SD and post that somewhere.

Did you manage to complete this work Eric? Hoping to be able to download.

#1503 4 days ago
Quoted from Pinballer73:

Did you manage to complete this work Eric? Hoping to be able to download.

Not yet. Compy helped me get a basic image up and running, there's just a few things left to work out. Still intend to get it going though.

#1504 3 days ago

Great news! Thanks to Eric and everyone else helping to get this going. Really enjoying our Cactus Canyon and cannot wait to try the Continued code.

#1505 3 days ago
Quoted from epthegeek:

Not yet. Compy helped me get a basic image up and running, there's just a few things left to work out. Still intend to get it going though.

Great news, looking forward to it.

#1506 2 days ago
Quoted from epthegeek:

Not yet. Compy helped me get a basic image up and running, there's just a few things left to work out. Still intend to get it going though.

Eric, can you please list the RPi4 specs you recommend? I'd like to have one here ready to install once you release the image. Would a RPi4 model B 8GB with a 16GB card be ok?

#1507 2 days ago
Quoted from Pinballer73:

Eric, can you please list the RPi4 specs you recommend? I'd like to have one here ready to install once you release the image. Would a RPi4 model B 8GB with a 16GB card be ok?

I have it running on a basic RPi4 with an 8GB SD card...

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#1508 2 days ago
Quoted from Mik-ReadingUK:

I have it running on a basic RPi4 with an 8GB SD card...
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When you say a basic RPi4, is it a model A or B board and what amount of RAM, 4 or 8GB?

#1509 2 days ago
Quoted from Pinballer73:

When you say a basic RPi4, is it a model A or B board and what amount of RAM, 4 or 8GB?

It's a model B, 2GB ram.

#1510 2 days ago
Quoted from Mik-ReadingUK:

It's a model B, 2GB ram.

Thanks, much appreciated. Hoping Eric epthegeek will also comment on what specs he recommends.

#1511 2 days ago
Quoted from Pinballer73:

Thanks, much appreciated. Hoping Eric will also comment on what specs he recommends.

Any Pi from 3 onwards should be fine. It runs well on my old Pi 3 which my Cactus Canyon has been using for 2 years now.

I had some initial difficulty with the compilation on a Pi 4 because the linux libraries had undergone a few subtle changes in the recent Raspian OS builds. I can't make it work with the very latest Raspberry Pi OS because they have dropped support for Python 2.x so maybe Eric is looking at that.

#1512 2 days ago
Quoted from Mik-ReadingUK:

It's a model B, 2GB ram.

Thanks, much appreciated. Hoping Eric will also comment on what specs he recommends.

Quoted from Mik-ReadingUK:

Any Pi from 3 onwards should be fine. It runs well on my old Pi 3 which my Cactus Canyon has been using for 2 years now.
I had some initial difficulty with the compilation on a Pi 4 because the linux libraries had undergone a few subtle changes in the recent Raspian OS builds. I can't make it work with the very latest Raspberry Pi OS because they have dropped support for Python 2.x so maybe Eric is looking at that.

Thanks for the detailed information. Are you able to share the image to transfer onto an SD card?

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