Well, I always buy as much as I can for my own, but really it is pretty light weight. Depends if you want to run a local web server for things like Allmon, etc. I would recommend 2GB, not less and on the Pi4, the cost difference to go
to 4Gb is not enough difference in my mind to skimp.
ASL is really light weight though, given it will run on very little for resources.
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Hi Mike, and thanks so much for the reply!
If I go for the Pi3 (or 4), how much RAM should I get? I see models with 1, 2, and 4gb available.
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Good evening Adam, Right at the moment the ASL software runs on anything from a Pi1 to a Pi 3b+. There is a new Pi4 out and we expect an image shortly for BETA testing, but that is not out yet. The Pi4 runs quite
warm, so plan fans if you are going to use a Pi4. Really a Pi3 or Pi2 works just fi…
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