What ultimately matters is ROI, output/performance per 1w. ( if we ignore the cost factor ). In that perspective Intel NUC is way ahead than Raspberry PI. So why waiting if Raspberry Pi is out of stock.
Power is just a bit higher than Raspberry PI,
NUC with Ubuntu 22 ( i5 , 16GB, SSD ) – 7.2W
Raspberry Pi is with Raspbian ( Model 4, 8GB ) – 4.8W
Both running LAMP stack
A 2013 documentary, still its worth watching. TBH I enjoyed every second. Its free on YouTube with subtitles.
I was using gmail smtp with PHP application for a long time and now they stopped the smtp .
After looking for a solution for a some time, I found this easy way. ( not sure whether its the easiest way, ping me if not )
I used raspberry pi 4 with LAMP for testing.
How to install LAMP on raspberry pi Install sSMTP
Remove any previous mail palcakge
service sendmail stop
service postfix stop
sudo apt-get remove sendmail
sudo apt-get remove postfix
sudo apt-get install ssmtp
For me the free quota from
elasticemail is more than enough.
It’s now ready for testing
$message = "Hi, how are you doing?";
mail('email@example.com', 'Email Subject', $message);
Check the log for any errors
tail -f /var/log/mail.log
Following sites were updated with LAMP+sSMTP message sending functionality (
http://buminda.com & http://buminda.com.au )
Following application demonstrates the simplest implementation of Smart On Fhir framework.
Launch url :
Redirect url :
Why going for high end oscilloscope, when we have QC-1929 for a price less than $150. It has most of the features for general use.
Peak to Peak
Any many more which it not used frequently
Makita electric chain saw no wonder the best tool with low maintainence.