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Distribution: AEROS for Raspberry Pi (public)Print


AEROS for PiIn succession of the 'private' beta release and as promised by Pascal 'Phoenixkonsole' Papara, the AEROS distribution for Raspberry Pi is now publicly available.

AEROS is a hybrid mixture between Linux and AROS, is very complete and literally takes the best of all worlds. It uses Debian as base and AROS as desktop. It has many features and is based on Broadway.

Please note however, that the publicly available version of AEROS for the Raspberry Pi is always a couple of releases behind the registered version and also misses some features that are only available in the registered version.

If you really like the 'free' testdrive then it might be worth considering registration, f.e. a little donation (which will be used for further ARM/AROS development) should do the trick.

It's also possible to buy a sd-card with latest AEROS for Pi pre-installed from E-bay. This will get you a full version of AEROS for the Pi and the knowledge that profits will be spend on projects and/or ports aimed towards AROS and Pi (like porting OWB to ARM for example).

More information can be read in this thread and on the downloadpage linked below.

Downloadpage: AEROS for Raspberry Pi (public release for 'non-supporters')

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