Author Topic: Using screen connected to the Pi to run 360 Radar  (Read 125 times)

steveu

Using screen connected to the Pi to run 360 Radar
« on: October 12, 2019, 08:29:57 pm »
I'm wondering if I can use the Pi's output to run 360 Radar. I've got an old monitor plugged into the HDMI with a HDMI->VGA adaptor.

I'm assuming that for this, the X GUI and a browser will need to be loaded, which I'm hoping I can do via apt-get.

I'm wondering about space and processing power.

Is the SD card re-formatted with a restricted partition size on install? I used a very fast 32Gb card which may have been OTT.

I'm guessing I can look at current loads by just running top?

Or is this a bad idea?