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Message 81409 - Posted: 5 Apr 2017, 13:23:45 UTC - in response to Message 81408.  

Has anyone been able to get the RPi3 working with this project? I have 5 devices ready to go but it looks like they're not downloading any tasks.


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Message 88719 - Posted: 18 Apr 2018, 19:39:38 UTC - in response to Message 81409.  

I have RASPBIAN installed on all 5.
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Message 88720 - Posted: 19 Apr 2018, 7:23:45 UTC - in response to Message 88719.  
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I have RASPBIAN installed on all 5.


I don't know if R@H runs on Rasp. Do you crunch other projects on your Rasp?
Have you try this guide?
https://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-boinc/
In comments to this article: "If you want to crunch biochemical project with Rasp, you need to install Android on Rasp and not Raspbian"
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Message 89144 - Posted: 25 Jun 2018, 7:50:37 UTC

Waiting for Raspberry 4, the new Pi3 B+ seems to be good for crunching...

Rasp 3B+
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Message 89551 - Posted: 14 Sep 2018, 0:05:54 UTC

For anyone who has been trying to find out for sure if the Raspberry Pi 3 can run Rosetta@home, here's the message I received under "Notices" in BOINC:

Rosetta@home: Notice from server
This project doesn't support computers of type arm-unknown-linux-gnueabihf
Thu 13 Sep 2018 06:58:46 PM CDT


Tested on Raspberry Pi 3, Raspbian 9 Stretch. Installed BOINC with "sudo apt-get install boinc".
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Message 89577 - Posted: 18 Sep 2018, 3:45:52 UTC - in response to Message 89551.  

I got the same message after some digging. It looks like the RPI3 is not supported.
Interestingly enough SETI@home works just fine.
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Message 91120 - Posted: 14 Sep 2019, 12:09:00 UTC - in response to Message 89577.  
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I continue to keep an eye on this and research alternatives. Something I see a lot of people talk about but not a lot of feedback on success is running Android on a Raspberry Pi. I might give that a try, but I suspect there's no working Android builds for the Pi 4, only Pi 3. I'll try both if there's options for both.

Just in the last couple days, the "RockPi X" has leaked out. This is a single board computer with Intel Atom Z8300 (so x86, not ARM) offered in 1, 2, and 4 GB memory configurations for $39, $45, and $65. Expected to be released "before Christmas". When that's out, I would demo the 2GB and 4GB and see how they perform...my estimates put it at 800 RAC for 2GB model and around 10w power consumption. Not quite the performance per watt of a good laptop, but the device size, cost, and availability makes a nicely scaling system. My work is throwing out stacks of old steel shelving...winter is coming, I have a cool basement, and Ethernet switches...hopefully by Spring I have the start of a cluster down there :-)

I've already tried AtomicPi and LattePanda. Both took some time to setup but eventually did work decent. AtomicPi was the most frustrating with it's built-in eMMC storage, but it also had the best cooling by far. Unfortunately, LattePanda just couldn't keep up with cooling on its own, except in the winter in my unheated shop. AtomicPi's developer has since been exposed as not actually manufacturing the device, but scooped up pallets of them from a liquidator...so their price point is not sustainable and it's not a platform that will be available long-term.
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