@Chainomatic everything has arrived in Oz.
A Raspberry Pi 3 B, a WiFi Adaptor, an mSATA drive in a USB case and a 32g class 10 micro SD card (ebay), cables and power and cable-ties.
I have downloaded Raspbian Jessie Lite to my laptop ready to install.
I think there is enough information here for DIYers to set it up.
I’ve been perusing theUDOO x86 site and I’m impressed.
So now we have a basic tzOven and for another $150, or so, we can have a sturdy and powerful commercial tzOven. Unfortunately udoo sounds like something you would wipe off the kitchen bench with bleach, but I don’t mind the odd mess.
And, of course, if the software is elegant enough to run on a Pi it will purr on more capable Linux/Unix computers. Maybe the gnomes in Zug can tunnel through to the Large Hadron Collider and run a tzOven on higgs bosons.