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29-03-2017 15:01:33 <asciilifeform> pankkake: 'pogo' has one, but no battery
12-08-2016 14:41:55 <asciilifeform> funkenstein_: we had 'something like this' for pogo, linux with disk swap enabled...
02-06-2016 18:06:35 <asciilifeform> (and are somewhat spiffier than original pogo, almost making up for the price diff - 2x the cpu and ram, very solid aluminum case, and comes with international mains plug set for the dc supply)
02-06-2016 18:05:53 <asciilifeform> but granted, a trb that would run on 'mycloud' (linked earlier) would also probably run on pogo. advantage of new box is that these appear to still be in production.
18-03-2016 15:32:57 <asciilifeform> mircea_popescu: a correct way to 'de-chink' the pogo power source might be, e.g., to connect them all - in parallel - to old soviet car battery charger.
18-03-2016 15:17:54 <asciilifeform> http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=18-03-2016#1435837 << student exercise - prove that the 10 (usa) or 20 (eu) pogo garland will necessarily explode if they all enter cpu halt mode.
17-03-2016 17:26:44 <asciilifeform> e.g., reattache the missing sata plugs to the cheapo pogo version
17-03-2016 16:46:45 <asciilifeform> pogo is spiffy
17-03-2016 16:41:29 <asciilifeform> danielpbarron: what os on the pogo?
07-03-2016 23:35:12 <asciilifeform> the sad part is that i fixed pretty much all of the cthonic hell-pits that prevented pogo,
07-03-2016 23:34:00 <asciilifeform> at any rate, i have long seen nodes as an astonishingly weak point, which is why i pressed the whole pogo thing
24-01-2016 03:14:00 <asciilifeform> mod6: this was my original objective with pogo
21-01-2016 23:35:03 <asciilifeform> (no discussion of how and why we ended up with static build, omitting the whole pogo thing, astonishingly foggy description of what orphans/bastards were and WHY they had to go, i could go on, and on)
11-01-2016 02:15:18 <asciilifeform> the classical pogo (with sata) is now a full $10 more.
11-01-2016 01:50:49 <asciilifeform> http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=11-01-2016#1365805 << incidentally, i surveyed all known routers on the market. all have severe ram constraint (very few better than pogo, costliest have perhaps 512m) and no sata, ever
11-01-2016 01:44:02 <asciilifeform> adlai: actually nobody is running pogo today
11-01-2016 01:41:09 <asciilifeform> http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=11-01-2016#1365773 << pogo is a 32-bit arm-v
20-12-2015 22:01:18 <asciilifeform> i even ported it to motherfucking pogo
11-11-2015 14:49:46 <asciilifeform> jurov, shinohai: pogo is a little-endian arch so it ought to work
05-11-2015 03:21:41 <asciilifeform> to pogo.
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