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$25, Credit Card Size PC Runs Debian, Fedora & Arch; No Ubuntu

UK-based Raspberry Pi Foundation is working on a credit card size, $25 PC which will redefine computing. The tiny computer runs on Linux. It supports Debian, Fedora and Arch Linux. Initially Ubuntu, as its based on Debian, was supported but it doesn’t at the moment. Read more here

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