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Old 15th February 2015
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Default alternatives to raspberry pi

I'm looking for a low price ARM board to play with, openBSD doesn't support the rpi, what are some good alternatives?
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There are a handful with varying levels of hardware support.

I have run OBSD on a Beagle Bone Black.

Didn't end up doing much with it because USB doesn't work, so no WiFi.

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My first guess would be the Pandaboard. The next best options, other than the BBB, might be the first Cubieboard or Pcduino. After SMP support is added, then the other Allwinner boards like the Banana Pi might work.

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