Rasberry Pi gets a pretty new Fedora

Greetings Geeks!

If you've been a follower of this site, then you know that we got a chance to talk to Eben Upton about the Rasberry Pi. A $35 computer that will be available VERY soon.

One of the things that Mr. Upton talked about was his desire to see hackers and developers really get behind the Rasberry and help make it even better.

Well...here's one big leap in that direction. Rasberry Pi now has an OS.

Get more info and the video after the jump.
A team of talented people over at Senaca College created Fedora Remix. A special version of the popular Linux distro made especially for the Rasberry Pi.

The entire OS fits on a 2GB drive and comes with the whole Fedora package. GUI and all.

Source: Rasberry Pi

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