A Raspberry Pi 4 mini server #PiDay #RaspberryPi #Server @Raspberry_Pi
NODE has come up with an excellent method of building an open source mini-server based on the new Raspberry Pi 4.
…One of the main goals here is to package the Raspberry Pi in a form factor that makes it a little bit more useful as a regular mini server or computer. That means putting it all in a neat box, with all the ports on one side.
I decided to simplify the concept further, so everything is encased in a 92x92mm enclosure, with a thickness not much larger than the Pi itself at 26mm or about 1 inch.
The design requires no modifications to the Pi itself. There is also an option to add an mSATA SSD, which connects to one of the USB3 ports.
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