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Message 94014 - Posted: 9 Apr 2020, 22:43:40 UTC

I would like to have confirmation of Raspberry Pi compatibility

Is there a way to use 32 bits PI cards (Pi B+, Pi2 (rev 1.1) )?

Thanks in advance.
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Message 94022 - Posted: 9 Apr 2020, 23:48:07 UTC - in response to Message 94014.  

I would like to have confirmation of Raspberry Pi compatibility

Is there a way to use 32 bits PI cards (Pi B+, Pi2 (rev 1.1) )?

Thanks in advance.

Discussed in numerous other message threads. The short answer is No. You'll need a Pi4 with at least 2GB of memory.

The project has "Rosetta for Portable Devices" apps for aarch64 and Android. The Pi4 can run aarch64. The Pi2 rev 1.1 can't. The Pi2 rev 1.2 and Pi3's could but they don't have enough memory.
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Message 94100 - Posted: 10 Apr 2020, 20:08:54 UTC
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I can't find any way to run Rosetta@home on Rasperry Pi 4 (4GB RAM).
All Ubuntu images (said can use 4GB RAM required to run Rosetta@home properly) says works but just don't work.
Tried ( ref: https://www.tomshardware.com/how-to/fight-coronavirus-with-raspberry-pi ):
https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/ ( Ubuntu 19.0.1, 20.04 beta ; 64bit )
https://ubuntu.com/download/raspberry-pi ( Ubuntu 19.10 ; 64 bit )
Mainly problems (just can't boot and enter to the console or whatever gui):
- network interfaces not found
- keyboards not found
It's not about SDCARD content, EEPROM or USB, all ok with these; other RPI images works well but not applicable to Rosetta@home.
Any help appreciated.
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Message 94108 - Posted: 10 Apr 2020, 20:51:19 UTC - in response to Message 94100.  

I can't find any way to run Rosetta@home on Rasperry Pi 4 (4GB RAM).
All Ubuntu images (said can use 4GB RAM required to run Rosetta@home properly) says works but just don't work.

Have you tried Raspbian or do you want to stick with Ubuntu?

If you want to try Raspbian I have instructions on how to get it into aarch64 mode and BOINC going here:
https://marksrpicluster.blogspot.com/2020/04/do-something-useful-with-your-pi4.html
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Message 94113 - Posted: 10 Apr 2020, 21:28:17 UTC - in response to Message 94108.  

I can't find any way to run Rosetta@home on Rasperry Pi 4 (4GB RAM).
All Ubuntu images (said can use 4GB RAM required to run Rosetta@home properly) says works but just don't work.

Have you tried Raspbian or do you want to stick with Ubuntu?

If you want to try Raspbian I have instructions on how to get it into aarch64 mode and BOINC going here:
https://marksrpicluster.blogspot.com/2020/04/do-something-useful-with-your-pi4.html


Thanks a lot, PorkyPies

Raspbian of course have no Ubuntu above issues. I followed instruction (64bit related) on your link and all looks good for the moment. Just have to wait due communication deferred for 24 hours on boinc but anyway looks better than using Ubuntu images.

Thanks again.
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Message 94128 - Posted: 11 Apr 2020, 1:00:20 UTC - in response to Message 94113.  

Just have to wait due communication deferred for 24 hours on boinc but anyway looks better than using Ubuntu images.

It seems the queue is empty at the moment. One of my Pi4’s is out of work too. I might have go back to running Einstein on it :-)

If you check the server status page and scroll past all the services running there is a breakdown of the tasks by application. We are interested in the Rosetta for Portable Devices.
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Message 94327 - Posted: 13 Apr 2020, 9:32:29 UTC - in response to Message 94113.  

Could anyone here please share what power consumption from the wall of a fully loaded raspberry Pi 4 (or other ARM platform) has without anything plugged in other than power & SD card (i.e., no HDMI, network, USB)?
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Message 94346 - Posted: 13 Apr 2020, 14:12:38 UTC
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4.15 works on a Raspberry Pi 3B. As a test last night, I installed 64-bit ubuntu on one of my RPi 3Bs and connected it to Rosetta. It works. It ran two WUs.

I will try MarksRpiCluster instructions on one of my other RPi 3Bs tonight.
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Message 94380 - Posted: 13 Apr 2020, 21:00:39 UTC

I created a guide for RPI 3B+ - I seem to be able to run 3, sometimes 4 WUs. Not bad.
https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/forum_thread.php?id=13795&postid=94371#94371
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