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Raspberry Pi now has 512MB of RAM
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PostPosted: Tue 16 Oct 2012, 17:41    Post_subject:  Raspberry Pi now has 512MB of RAM
Sub_title: New Puppy options???

Just read all Model B Raspberry Pi for now on will have 512MB of RAM. Now if Puppy could boot using PupSave file(s) with the core 5 or 6 boot files (Not a full install) and use armhf like the Raspbian OS, that would be fantastic. Oh, and when they get X-Windows to use the hardware video acceleration that would be frosting on the cake.

For me the power of Puppy is not running it from a full install, but I might be in the minority.

Regards, Ron

PS... Forgot to ask, Is Puppy for the Raspberry Pi dead??
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PostPosted: Thu 18 Oct 2012, 09:43    Post_subject:  

Interesting development. . . .

Barry is working on improving Woof, the Puppy builder. Improvements apply across architectures. A Puppy hasn't been compiled for ARM using the latest version of Woof, I put a shout out on the forum-


Barry recently posted that "ARM [is] defeated"

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