Re: @Daniel Palmer
>Your information on the USB is out of date.
I think you're under the assumption I don't actually have any raspberry pi on hand to check this;
daniel@mirmachina:~$ ssh pi@shitpi
Enter passphrase for key '/home/daniel/.ssh/id_rsa':
Linux raspberrypi 3.10.25+ #622 PREEMPT Fri Jan 3 18:41:00 GMT 2014 armv6l
I have some green pi, I have some Chinese red pi .. I have no pi that doesn't reboot when USB devices are inserted or the usb doesn't lock up after a few days in action with certain devices like FTDI USB to serial chips. I have some clients with hundreds of pis deployed and they all have the same issues or even worse kill SD cards. I wonder if it's a PSU issue.. oh wait, this pi is running on it's own Cosel (that's a good brand btw) 10A industrial power supply.
>The huge majority of issues with it have been fixed.
Software fixes aren't going to fix issues that seem to be down to inrush current when inserting USB devices.
>If you are going to continue to slag off the Raspberry Pi,
>please make sure your facts are correct first.