Discussion in 'Other CPUs and chipsets' started by HyRax1, May 8, 2011.
hosted on his rPi NAS ?
Why 10TB HDD/volume limit? Seems an odd number to me.
Ahhh, from the Comments it appears it's not a limit, so why write that there's a maximum capacity of 10TB per drive?
"Argon Forty Creator
about 19 hours ago
Technically there is no limit to the HDD size, the 10TB is more of our recommended size to match with the Raspberry Pi."
Certainly no limit on the Linux kernel side. Most vendors just throw in arbitrary limits to stop having people coming to them with support requests for some whackadoodle setup from /r/datahoarder.
Well, there is a video if you want to check out the Argon NAS.
Ordered half a dozen rpi4's during a labists sale a few weeks ago, still haven't shipped out
Are all orders like that limited? Core Electronics has a limit of 3 per order.
Nah they didn't care, they did answer my email a week or so later saying they have stock issues and it might be a few weeks wait.
Anybody got a CM4 that they want to sell? I'm still having a lot of trouble getting one.
I chased one down from AliExpress the other day, it was the only reasonable source I could find one. I'm needing to order 200 for work, but they are backordered till March next year.
Thanks mate, I'll head over there now then.
I must say, I am impressed by Box86/Wine. BeebEm runs better on my Pi400 than it does on my x86 machine under Wine, it actually crashes under native x86.
Has anyone else noticed that the latest build of Chromium doesn't let you sync with your Google account to sync bookmarks and passwords anymore? You try to log in and nothing happens?
I did some research and apparently Google have blocked the feature on everything but Chrome.
Furthermore, h264ify doesn't work anymore. You try to run a YouTube video with the extension enabled and the video just loads forever and won't play?
Yes, it's a certificate problem between the proprietary Chrome code base and the open source Chromium code base.
I believe people are attempting to work on it, but no official solution. Although I though there was a hack you could to do to make it work. Will try and dig that up.
I use the full version of Chrome on Ubuntu, doesn't it install on RPi_OS?
Officially RPiOS is still 32bit, and Chrome doesn't support it.
There is a 64bit build but it's a beta. I'm hoping the jump to the Debian 11 Bullseye base (currently Debian 10 Buster) brings 64bit support officially for RPi3/4.
It seems you need to create a Google API key to use with Chromium, which I have done before in order to get the 'contact us' form to work on my web page. I'm gonna have to look a little further into this, trying to find more info.
The other issue regarding h264ify is also very odd, can anyone else reproduce this?
Under Chromium, you add the extension h264ify and enable it and YouTube video's won't play. Disable h264ify (no need to uninstall it) and YouTube video's play again.
Cheers MUTMAN, thank you.