March 2, 2014

Rapid Analytics: On a Raspberry Pi?

I’m attempting a feat that I believe hasn’t been done or thought of before, putting Rapid Analytics (RA) 1.3 on a Raspberry Pi.

I know that the Pi is woefully underpowered for such a task but I installed an ARM optimized version of Java and it seems to work just fine.

Now the trick is to finish the download, unzip, config it, and try to initialize it from the command line.  If it works, I’ll use it for purposes such as downloading stock and sentiment data.


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