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    Raspberry Pi's would be excellent for Xibo - I've emailed one of the Dev's of Xibo to ask what he thinks.
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    Response is that the python client will work - Powerpoint 2010 has the option to save as a video which is the easiest way to then play powerpoints on the Xibo python client.

    Raspberry PI should be ideal.

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    Well I have my Raspberry Pi and an xibo server set up.

    I only have an 8Gb SD card at the minute though and I keep filling it up.

    When my bigger SD card turns up I'll make a concerted effort to see if I can get the pyclient up and running on the pi. Ill post my findings here when I have had chance to try it.

    Edit : Sorry, I have just realised I might have resurrected a seriously old thread. Ill post my findings here anyway..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    How Urgently do you need this? I will be getting rid of a whole load of HP DC7800 Ultra Small FF pc's in the summer (either may or aug) - Intel Vpro 2gb ram

    They are yours if you can wait - comes with a vista business license but no install disks - Power cable aswell. I use for them for all our Displays.

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    Hi Gennda,

    Don't suppose those HPs are still available - they would be like rockets compared to my Dell 260s!

    Thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    I'm afraid I left that school and got a new job! Sorry!
    Thanks anyway and Good for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMash View Post
    Well I have my Raspberry Pi and an xibo server set up.

    I only have an 8Gb SD card at the minute though and I keep filling it up.

    When my bigger SD card turns up I'll make a concerted effort to see if I can get the pyclient up and running on the pi. Ill post my findings here when I have had chance to try it.

    Edit : Sorry, I have just realised I might have resurrected a seriously old thread. Ill post my findings here anyway..........
    Are you saying that you actually have the client working on a Raspberry Pi? On what OS?



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