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How are you using your Tinkerboard?
#1
My self I'm using mine as my Linux desktop.  My PC is a windows box because I have things I need to run that have no Linux equivalent.  But there are times where only Linux can do the job (at least easily) :-)
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(12-10-2017, 04:37 PM)n8xyn Wrote: My self I'm using mine as my Linux desktop.  My PC is a windows box because I have things I need to run that have no Linux equivalent.  But there are times where only Linux can do the job (at least easily) :-)

I'm using mine as my main PC.
It quicker than my windows 10 PC.
Plus Libroffice is great and free.
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#3
Lightweight kids pc.
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#4
Netflix TV-box for kids Big Grin
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#5
Still undecided while i try out this little board. Very impressed by it so far - but yet disappointed also.... But i am encouraged by the members here posting some pretty clever stuff! If the user base of this little board can become as large as the Pi followers then we will see some pretty amazing uses for this device!

Keep up the Tinkering folks Smile
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(12-15-2017, 07:38 PM)Zanthras4 Wrote: Still undecided while i try out this little board.  Very impressed by it so far - but yet disappointed also....  But i am encouraged by the members here posting some pretty clever stuff!  If the user base of this little board can become as large as the Pi followers then we will see some pretty amazing uses for this device!

Keep up the Tinkering folks Smile

It'll never be as big as the Pi user base but,  It could easily be as big as the Odroid's and that aint bad ;-)
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#7
Hi,
I'm using it with RetroX for playing old games !
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#8
Minidlna server (home media server) with qbittorrent (stuff), vpn client (Change the tinkerboards external ip), and filebot (sort qbittorrent files)
trying to add even more on to itSmile
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#9
LibreELEC at the moment.
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#10
Some people are trying to make money.

https://www.novaspirit.com/2017/10/19/cr...ining-sbc/
https://www.novaspirit.com/2017/12/21/gp...nkerboard/
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