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Closest I know of is a Centos port that's a bit of AltArch amongst other bits :-) It's not clean or RedHat and I have not seen any move to port to the Pi 4 Have a look at the SIG at centos.org if you have a 3B+ handy.


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You could use a ATA box that convert the fax (Analog telephony) to SIP (aka VoIP, Voice Over IP). From there on, is another topic.


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You need to fix all those wonky quote marks in your code. When I recoded your program as #!/bin/bash # Add ricnumber. riclist=( '428824' '408888' ) while IFS='' read -r line do printf -v filename "rtj`date +%Y_%m_%d`.log" echo "`date +%T` $line" >> $filename count=0 while [ "${riclist[count]}" != "&...


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You cannot get an answer for this as the software FPS depends on the software and libraries used. Even the 'hardware' FPS rate is set in software (see RPF site here) and the standard modes support 240Hz 200Hz 120Hz 100Hz 60Hz 50Hz 30Hz 25Hz 24Hz And lots more that I will not list!


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Do you think this is possible? Yes. If it is possible, how many devices watching different videos at the same time this can handle? This is dependent on the bandwidth required by each stream (and what kind of compression is used), and on the exact nature of the network -- eg., if the Pi is its own hotspot, that is probabaly a bit more efficient than if it ...


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