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Currency Traders on Raspberry Pi

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You can now run Currency Traders on your Raspberry Pi. It is extremely efficient and takes only about 2.2% of the memory of a 512MB RPi and less than 0.5% of the CPU. More CPU will be consumed when players are online, of course, but it should support up to a hundred or so concurrent players on a normally clocked Pi.

The installation is four quick steps, described in the readme.txt file. The entire system is a single binary, available either dynamically linked or statically linked. The static version should work on most any Pi running most any Linux. The dynamically-linked version was compiled and tested on Raspbian Wheezy and may work without library fiddling on other Pi Linuxes. [links removed]
 read more | mail this link | score:9044 | -Ray, March 3, 2013 (Updated: May 13, 2014)
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