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    Migrate from Windows 10 to Linux Raspberry Pi

    How easy or how difficult it is to migrate fairly large HS4 system (1000+ devices and 500+ events) with multiple plug-ins from Windows 10 to Respberry Pi 4 ( 8 Gb of memory plus 256 GB of flash) I'm sick of Microsoft.

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    I wouldn't do that.

    I would migrate to an Intel based mini computer running any flavor of Linux you choose using a solid state drive of your choosing way better than running the OS on an SD Card.

    I am test running HS4 on a Jetway JBC420U591 Fanless IntelĀ® Celeron N3160 SoC 8Gb computer and lately on a refurbished Lenova Tiny M93A 16 Gb / SSD drive picked up for less than $100 and maybe testing it on a Lenova Tiny M9000 ....

    Linux never fails, no BSOD's, no Windows 10 fluff.

    It should be easy to migrate.

    That said I find Windows server 2016 standard (no fluff all meat) far better to run HS4 on than Windows 10 Pro. That is me.

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      Originally posted by Thedude View Post
      How easy or how difficult it is to migrate fairly large HS4 system (1000+ devices and 500+ events) with multiple plug-ins from Windows 10 to Respberry Pi 4 ( 8 Gb of memory plus 256 GB of flash) I'm sick of Microsoft.
      I would not do that in case you have a busy system. I tried in the past but the CPU load was to high.

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      John

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