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Distribution: (POC) AROS Broadway X for Raspberry Pi (alpha)Print


Raspberry PiPascal 'Phoenixconsole' Papara, mostly known for his Aros distribution Broadway and Aros One series of computers, provided us with a sd-card image of a Broadway X distribution and which is aimed only at users of the very populair Raspberry Pi computer.

The sd-card-image provided by Pascal is a proof of concept and is aimed at those who want to experiment with their Raspberry Pi computer and want to run Aros on it. Great work Pascal !!

This special made hosted version of Broadway, is a complete AROS distribution that runs hosted on a Debian Linux distribution (therefore named Broadway X). Please keep in mind that Broadway itself is still a WIP and the image provided by Pascal is a proof of concept.

And for the users who want to try this on their Pi: please do not forget to read the newsitem from Pascal for the instructions on how to use the sd-card-image.

Pascal also provide us with a download-link to the hosted Broadway-X files, for those who want to experiment even further with installing Broadway-X on their Pi using their own Linux-Distribution (see the link called: "Klick here to download only the Broadway X files (the AROS part of AEROS) for ARMEL based distributions")

News: Newsitem from Pascal about Broadway X for Pi with instructions
News: Raspberri Pi's report about Aros running on Pi Video
Video: Aros running on the Raspberry Pi
DownloadPage: Aros Broadway X (select "Klick here for the latest experimental Pi AEROS - SD-card-image")

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