Running Mac OS 7 On Raspberry Pi

#MacOS 7 On #RaspberryPi

Check out the video tutorial to run Mac II OS colour on your Raspberry Pi, enabling you to play games and applications and more.

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CentOS Linux 7.3 for ARM Architectures – Supports Raspberry Pi, CubieTruck, Banana Pi

#CentOS team has announced the release and general availability of the CentOS Linux 7 (1611) images for ARM (armhfp) hardware architectures.

CentOS Linux 7.3 for ARM Architectures

Derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3, Supporting the popular boards #RaspberryPi 3, Raspberry Pi 2, #BananaPi, CubieTruck, and Cubieboard SBCs

Know more and download the images from the announcement page.



HypriotOS – a Docker based container OS for Raspberry Pi

#HypriotOS – a #Docker based #container #OS for #RaspberryPi

HypriotOS brings containers concept to Raspberry Pi board, HypriotOS is a stripped back Debian-based OS comes pre-installed with a number of Docker tools for Raspberry Pi versions 1, 2, and 3, as well as the Pi Zero and the compute module. HypriotOS utilizes the pre-installed Docker Engine 1.12.1, and Docker’s Swarm Mode helps spread containers between a multi-node Pi cluster, which could be helpful for developers looking to build a network of Internet of Things devices.

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An Introduction to ROS aka Robot Operating System

An Introduction to #ROS aka #Robot #OperatingSystem: The Ultimate Robot Application Framework

Robot Operating System in short ROS is not an actual operating system, but a framework and set of tools that provide functionality of an operating system on a heterogeneous computer cluster. Its usefulness is not limited to robots, but the majority of tools provided are focused on working with peripheral hardware.

ROS is split up in more than 2000 packages, each package providing specialized functionality. The number of tools connected to the framework are probably its biggest power.

Read getting started guide on @toptalllc




Tizen 3.0 on the Raspberry Pi 2

#Tizen 3.0 on the #RaspberryPi 2

The Samsung Open Source Group is currently in the process of porting Tizen 3.0 to the Raspberry Pi 2 (RPi2). Our goal is to create a device capable of running a fully-functional Tizen 3.0 operating system, and we chose the RPi2 because it is the most popular single-board computer with more than 5 million sold. There are numerous Linux Distributions that run on the RPi2 including Raspbian, Pidora, Ubuntu, OSMC, and OpenElec , and we will add Tizen to this lineup. We face a number of obstacles in accomplishing this, but we hope this will serve as a model for bringing Tizen to a broader range of hardware platforms. Read more