@derek if you don't mind living in the commandline, a pi zero makes a great little desktop computer.
@derek no :).
@email@example.com maybe. but what i know for sure is that it.. works for a server replacement.
this fediverse post was sent from a raspberry pi server
@derek Yes, ARM devices are great for the basics
@derek Desktop, no. Utility device, yes please!
@derek Derek, I found the best way speed up performance is run the Pi on a smaller screen you get bigger that 1440x990 it's sluggish for sure
@derek The Pi 400 has mainline support now.
@derek Ah I did that for awhile. But there are open hardware single board computers. Those are nicer, but more expensive.
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