KT on Raspberry Pi



  • This is like play kit to me gonna buy it, need to know what OS supports and what kind of testing can be done in this.
    can we use this as a desktop or laptop


  • Service Provider

    Do you have a link? What is KT?



  • knowledge transfer = KT

    I dont have any link, need to get someone who is using this and with him should get some KT to get things inception


  • Service Provider

    @RoopanKumar said in KT on Raspberry Pi:

    knowledge transfer = KT

    I dont have any link, need to get someone who is using this and with him should get some KT to get things inception

    Ah ha.


  • Service Provider

    A Raspberry Pi is nothing but a low power, low cost desktop motherboard with included CPU. So you can do anything that you want with it. Linux variants, BSD variants and Windows can all run on it. It is, of course, an ARM architecture, not a PC, so you need to adjust your thinking from the "architectural assumptions" world, but other than that it is just a small desktop board that you can use in any way that you can imagine.


  • Service Provider

    Imagine if you bought a tiny, low cost motherboard and a tiny low cost CPU in any other circumstance... what could you do with it? Same things here.



  • Using an RP as a desktop is actually pretty common. Several distros built around that functionality. Using it as a laptop would be pretty hard as you would need to find a laptop shell to put it into and once you had done that, you could have just bought another laptop presumably.



  • The real "power" of the Raspberry Pi is in making traditional "embedded" devices with it. Building your own sensors, thermostat, light controls, and things like that.

    But of course you could use it to build small servers too, instead of making VMs. You could get five RPs and make five little servers with them.


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