[Server-devel] [XSCE] Internet-in-a-Box endorsed by McDonald's Australia!
samuel at greenfeld.org
Sat Mar 26 13:46:51 EDT 2016
Be careful what you say, especially with a corporation known to highly
protect its name with lawyers.
Usage of the same device is not necessarily an endorsement.
I know someone with Intel NUCs all over their house, but they run Windows
On Sat, Mar 26, 2016 at 1:32 PM, Adam Holt <holt at laptop.org> wrote:
> Anyway here's a strange but real vote of confidence, that the Intel NUC
> hardware we ended up using across so many schools worldwide, is
> interestingly the same that's used by McDonald's point-of-sale (cash
> register) devices in Australia:
> PS we're very hopeful that Pine64.com and RPi3 will stabilize with 64-bit
> kernels & clean firmware for offline applications in 2016, such that Not
> Everyone has to spend $200++ on a resilient high-end school server at long
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