At work I had been experimenting with Yocto
Linux and trying to get it to work with a Raspberry Pi
. I grabbed one from home and thought I was using a Raspberry Pi 2, based on pictures. However, that Pi is now the DNS server for DrQue.net, and the CPU identification is for a Broadcom BCM2708. This is the CPU before it is bonded with DRAM where it gains the name BCM2835. This is a a Raspberry Pi 1, not 2. That explains two things, why I was never able to get Yocto to do anything useful and when I tried to boot it with a loader that only supported the Pi 2 and 3 it didn’t start. Also explains why it is so slow having only a single 700 MHz.
Pictured is a gold course I bike past on my way home from work. The grass is green but the trees still empty.