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  1. Hello guys. I would like to compile the 1.5.2 server files to ARM architecture to host an MTA server from Raspberry Pi 3 (just for fun/it's interesting). I'm not expert in compiling (real big projects) but as far as i see there is only x86 and x64 "one click" compile support (or how can i call it). So, do you have guys some tips how to start with it?
  2. So, that's it, being able to host a server on the Raspberry Pi. A few years ago, (to be precise, in 2013) this was suggested (Link here) and it was discarded because the RPi wasn't very fast at the time, which is fair. However, this year a new model of it was released and it is (as they say) x10 faster than the one from 2013. Obviously, you're not going to put 100 people in there, but for a development server it's a pretty nice box. Thanks.
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