Re: "Imagine waiting for a RPi 1 or 2 to finish compiling "
"Imagine waiting for a RPi 1 or 2 to finish compiling "
Have you considered some of the alternatives?
* Invest £50-70 per system in upgrading to e.g. Pi 4 with maxed out memory (spend less if less memory would work).
* Keep the existing target system(s) and do the compilation somewhere else (e.g. on a £50-70 Pi 4).
I've read that the digital signage market is soon going to be effectively off limits for the Windows-dependent community.
I've also noticed that in the industrial (factory floor, automation, etc) market there are now DIN Rail enclosures for various Pi boards.
Meanwhile, how are Intel/MS doing with SoCs and OSes for the mobile or embedded market?
It's dead, Jim.
edit: In contrast, most of my Pis seem to Just Work (tm), even the ones which are sadly dependent on systemd. But if I really wanted to get rid of systemd, it can be done.