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This was questioned several times. In theory: everything is possible. But why should somebody invest many, many hours of work and reverse engineering to bring XPEnology to life on such low-end systems without S-ATA connections, reliable Gbit NIC speeds, USB 3.0 and low-cpu features? Use RPi as a DLNA? There are several good working OOTB solutions (LibreElec/Kodi, etc.).

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This was questioned several times. In theory: everything is possible. But why should somebody invest many, many hours of work and reverse engineering to bring XPEnology to life on such low-end systems without S-ATA connections, reliable Gbit NIC speeds, USB 3.0 and low-cpu features? Use RPi as a DLNA? There are several good working OOTB solutions (LibreElec/Kodi, etc.).

Very good answer. Raspberry pi has a very weak cpu plus missing other things describe above but I use it with retropie for retro gaming, kodi and chrome browser or desktop gui. On Xpenology, I have it on i3-8100 with 16 gb ram. It ran very fast plus it has hardware transcoding.


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