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    HS Touch client for Raspberry Pi

    Is it possible to run any HS Touch client on Raspberry Pi 4 ?
    I tried and failed to emulate Android, iOS and Windows on it. Most likely because RPi is driven by an ARM processor, but there are smarter folks than me here at this forum so maybe there is a solution that I didn't think of. Never give up :-)

    Cheers,
    The Dude


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    Google Search returned this:

    https://forums.homeseer.com/forum/ho...pi-3-and-linux

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      Best bet now is to give the new Intel based RPi like computer a try for Homeseer Touch.

      Thinking it is called an Atomic Pi (Atom x5-Z8350) originally announced at $35 but seeing it now for around $75.

      Pair this device up with an RPi Touchscreen and you will be good to go running embedded Windows or even Windows 10.

      Personally I would do Windows 7 embedded or Windows 8 embedded on this computer for Homeseer Touch.

      You can then totally remote control (Via Jon00's remote control plugin) the device from Homeseer and even install speaker / local SAPI speech fonts on it.
      - Pete

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