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  netPI RTE 3 schematics
Posted by: Armin@netPI - October-27th-2017, 02:03 PM - Forum: Hardware - Replies (2)

For all those interested in netPI RTE 3 schematics find the correspondent document appended.

Since our netPI design partner company Element14 (Farnell Group) licensed the Raspberry Pi 3 schematics on non-disclosure provisions it is clear that the netPI document does of course not contain the Raspberry Pi 3 schematics part.



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  System Software V1.1.3.0RC3 out now!
Posted by: hilscherforum_admin - Less than 1 minute ago - Forum: News - Replies (3)

Hi there,

yes this is correct. Since netPI - from the initial idea - is just a Docker host platform ready to deploy images/containers from a remote registry resource the image/container original should never be stored on netPI itself.

So even if the conainer are destroyed due to a software update - as you mention - the original containers are available on the registry still and can be pulled to netPI after the update.

Thx
Armin