Difficult at best. ?

Oh I hate when that happens. I had a similar situation a few years back, where I had WiFi in one spot, but only barely. Only way I could remedy it was by a rather large antenna I found for cheap on eBay. It's still attached to my secondary router, and enables me to have WiFi connection out on the parking lot, which is some 40m away from my apartment. :D

That reminds me; I need to install a better firmware on my main router.

Looking at what most people post on Twitter, it's dysfunctional and horrible looking at best, not to mention lacking any kind of fidelity to properly express any idea to the fullest. Amazing what those 125 extra characters do, right?

Ah, gotcha'! I'm planning to roll the little buggers out to do a whole bunch of duties around the home, and even more later when we get a house. With the new Pi Zero it's cheap enough for me to deploy a lot of them without investing too much money into the whole thing. :D

I believe 16GiB is a good size right now, so you have space to grow both the system and more apps in the near future. From what I can tell, as long as it's a Class 10 card, everything should work fine.

I'm going down your route with a USB drive for storage and everything else on some network share. Depends a little bit on what the task for the given RPi is, but in a nutshell.

Feels like they gave up on it a long time ago. ?

Pity. Was a great idea, and it had all the potential in the world.

Oh it was. I could see my son grow, was never far away, had no commute. Still worked in excess of 200 hours per month and got sleeping issues in the end, but that's another story.

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The time might have come to start transitioning away from ADN to here. I still love ADN, but as soon as I'm able to pay for 10Cv4, I think that's where I'm going to put the monthly sum.

Maybe I'll order a micro-USB cable and a memory card and get my Raspberry Pi up an running.