I really shouldn't be as excited about the Raspberry Pi as I am; after all at its core it's a very simple computer by today's standards. That's exactly why it's exciting, however, as the promise of low-cost computing and fostering innovation hits me just right. Now, in best Malibu Stacy style, the Raspberry Pi is getting a new hat. By new hat, I mean it's getting a remixed build of Fedora, but you guessed that, right? Fedora Remix will be the officially recommended operating system for the Raspberry Pi when it becomes available — and that's expected to be by the end of the week. [Electronista]
Raspberry Pi Gets A New Fedora
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