Then I fried the one that I had designated as my development platform (unfortunately it was one that does not appear to have a polyfuse on the USB circuit. The CPU is ok as the device boots, displaying status to the monitor, but never makes a network connection nor can it talk to a keyboard :-(.
So I, obviously, had to buy a fourth RPi to serve as my development platform. It arrived non functional so I ordered another one and in the meantime returned the non-functional unit for a refund. Got a replacement instead and just decided to keep it. Sad but true, I now have five of the little things working and one fried. Cheap for the entertainment value provided!
|1. Model B 256mb||Fried.|
|2. Model B 512mb||'Bot - was running Wheezy now being ported to Arch|
|3. Model B 512mb||TvHeadend - Serving TV to media clients (office and tablet). Also host for ntop - running Wheezy|
|4. Model B 512mb||Development - Miscellaneous uses|
|5. Model B 512mb||Development - Currently being built as a CritterCam - running Wheezy.|