Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 7th Mar 2013 11:43 UTC
Debian and its clones "When you buy a Raspberry Pi, the $35 computer doesn't come with an operating system. Loading your operating system of choice onto an SD card and then booting the Pi turns out to be pretty easy. But where do Pi-compatible operating systems come from? With the Raspberry Pi having just turned one year old, we decided to find out how Raspbian - the officially recommended Pi operating system - came into being. The project required 60-hour work weeks, a home-built cluster of ARM computers, and the rebuilding of 19,000 Linux software packages. And it was all accomplished by two volunteers."
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Title misleads
by ronaldst on Thu 7th Mar 2013 21:32 UTC
ronaldst
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2005-06-29

I was expecting a new OS. Not just a retrofit from the Linux world.

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RE: Title misleads
by DeepThought on Fri 8th Mar 2013 23:29 in reply to "Title misleads"
DeepThought Member since:
2010-07-17

Just my thought. Why call just another Linux a "new" OS?

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