The miniPC that has become a success has more and more operating systems available. And for a few months we have a new image of openSuSE 13.1 for Raspberry Pi. A big thank you goes to the team in charge of ARM architecture within the openSuSE development community.
Surely you already know some operating systems such as Raspbian (based on the Debian distribution), Pidora (Fedora edition for Raspi), RISC OS (developed by Acorn specially conceived for ARM), Moebius, Arch Linux for ARM, as well as some special ones for deploying servers (arkOS and Raspbian Server Edition) or for use as Media Center (OpenELEC, Raspbmc and Xbian) and other curious ones such as PiMAME or RetroPie, for lovers of Arcade games. Without forgetting the legendary Android, Plan 9, Firefox OS, ...
This image of openSuSE 13.1 for the Raspberry Pi It comes with improvements over the previous one, since it is lighter, floating point support for ARMv6, more than 5200 software packages, etc. In addition, it is a fairly powerful and general-purpose distribution, from which you can work on openSuSE 13.1 running thanks to the “little hardware”.
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