Fedora 14 running on the Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi It is a computer the size of a credit card you can connect to a TV and keyboard. It allows to run common tasks from a computer. Its main objective is to teach children programming and encourage knowledge in computing at a cost of $25 a $35 $ per unit.
The Foundation Raspberry Pi en colaboración con Seneca Center for Development of Open Technology (CDOT) y Fedora Project, they have everything ready to publicize its distribution Linux name Raspberry Pi Fedora Remix 14. And as its name implies it is optimized for the processor BCM2835, which is the heart of the Raspberry Pi.
Another example of scalable and versatile that is GNU/Linux.
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