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LavaTheif
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Look what I made!

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  • 2
    What is it?
  • 4
    A selfbuild rack?
  • 3
    it's a thing it does stuff
  • 2
    tf you doing with a raspi "cluster" anyway
  • 1
    Welcome to the picluster club! 😘
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    @molaram ones a proxy/dns server, one hosts databases so I don't need to set any up on my main PC, ones for backups (although I haven't set that one up) and ones for general testing and development
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    I'm interested in $$ ☺️
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    @davide you can mine shitcoins on 4 of them toys, maybe make $25 in like 25 years
  • 0
    @molaram no, I meant that I'm interested in how much he spent on such architecture πŸ˜‡
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    @davide a raspi goes for like $40, charger $5 a piece, cables next to nada and that switch should be a whooping $20 by the looks of it, maybe one of them 1gb tplink or similar? not sure what that shit at the top is, doesn't look like an external hdd, too many fucking knobs, maybe an amp he dug up from king tuts tomb?
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    @davide @molaram its 3x Raspberry 1b + and 1 x Raspberry Pi 3b + and yeah an 8 port 1gb Ethernet controller. Not too sure how much I spent on them total but probably about what molaram said
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    @LavaTheif whats that UNFO at the top?
  • 0
    @molaram TL-SG108 (if that's what unfo means)
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    @LavaTheif no mate the unidentified not flying object at the top, not the tplink
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    @molaram oh that's a controller thing for my Microphone audio. Tbh I dont know much about it, my friend who knows more about audio and mics than me sent me a link to it xD
  • 1
    nice going mate. now you only need some usb wifi dongles and batteries to start planting rogue APs all over the place.
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    @molaram I actually have a simular one of them thingies
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    @LavaTheif looks like you're almost there :)
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    @molaram I made one of those with a esp 8266. I will have to put my code on github to share.
  • 1
    As you obviously aren't lazy, you most certainly have absolutely no image manipulation skills whatsoever.
  • 0
    Actually there is also Power Over Ethernet feature in 3B+ and 4B. This can remove many of your chargers/wires and you wont need separate wifi dongles for all rpi's
  • 1
    That PC case at the left looks fucking giant
  • 0
    Nice uphoria bro
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