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Nobody ever got fired for buying IBM... If you're the guy in charge of choosing the hardware and you pick a Pi it's all too easy for someone to turn and point a finger at you when the developers/sysadmin/installers/whoever screw it all up, because you're the guy who bought the weird hobbyist hardware and the suits don't know any better. "PC" is the default hardware and Ubuntu is the default Linux distro so it's a pretty safe choice.
My first guess would be that the power cable is loose. But if it were a Pi and it had persistent issues with the cabling being loose, the Pi guy would be potentially in trouble. The PC+Ubuntu guy is probably not.
> without being too large
You are kidding, right?
D3add3d30397d@HollowKitty they do not necessarily have to use a RaspberryPi but seeing as they make no money(it's a separate company, not Arriva - DB) I would choose something that's not too OP for the job... And there are surely a lot of cables that are loose exactly the same... I think it must be either the HDD which is absolutely useless to be in these PCs or the graphics card... a small PC (like Pi) would resolve these issues, no parts that could come loose and no parts that are moving