Although the new Raspberry PI has almost the same hardware under the hood, I couldn’t resist to compare it with its predecessor. As expected, the outcome of the tests doesn’t show a performance difference between the old and
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Cubietruck Benchmarks (with and without SSD): Cubietruck VS Raspberry Pi VS Banana Pi VS BeagleBone Black
I just benchmarked another board: the Cubietruck. It’s one of my favourite boards because you can easily hook up an SSD to it. To see if that makes any difference in performance, I ran all test with and without
Since I was running some benchmarks anyway I decided to add some extra competitors to the list. The first one I added is the BeagleBone Black revision B. The next boards on my list are: Cubietruck Wandboard (Quad) Radxa
I just ran some benchmarks on the Banana and Raspberry Pi. Basically my setup looked like this: Raspberry Pi Model B, Raspbian version June 2014 Banana Pi, Lubuntu version 3.0 (14.04)Here’s an overview of the results,
Introduction For one of the projects I’m currently working on, I needed a NoSQL database that could run on a simple ARM SBC. Until the Cubietruck crossed my path I never considered doing these kinds of things since
Installation Get the ubuntu image (you can find a list of available images here) curl -O http://dl.cubieboard.org/software/a20-cubietruck/lubuntu/ct-lubuntu-nand-v1.02/lubuntu-server-nand-hdmi.img.gz gzip -d lubuntu-server-nand-hdmi.img.gz ` Download and install LiveSuit http://docs.cubieboard.