C23 is a 47uF capacitor, not a polyfuse. I can't see how that could be causing any problems.hfc wrote:no F1 or F3...but still the 47.5 C32 polyfuse
The A only has one USB socket and 256MB of RAM. It also uses less power because of the missing LAN/USB components.sanjayd wrote:What is the difference between A and B besides LAN interface.
The "-g" option is already set. It only works once per invocation. ie. at startup.Joe Schmoe wrote:Check out the "-g" option (to ntpd).
No. The Pi is an ARM board. It will run any OS that supports it.ric96 wrote:i know pi is a linux board
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