Where do I start?

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Where do I start?

Postby Exaga » Tue Mar 19 2013 - 01:30:45

Slackware ARM Linux is arguably the best operating system you could ever install on a Raspberry Pi. If you don't believe that, just try it and see. ;)

There's a very good HOW TO guide where you begin with nothing but bits 'n' pieces and end up with a fully installed Slackware ARM system running on a Raspberry Pi 1, 2 or 3, which can be found on http://sarpi.fatdog.eu and http://sarpi.fatdog.nl.

For everything else that's related, you can use this forum to express your ideas and opinions, seek help, offer advice, and share your own experiences. To make new threads, or to post/reply, on this forum you'll first need to register and create a FatDog.eu forum account.

Alternatively, and preferably, visit the Linux Questions Slackware ARM forum - http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-arm-108/.

Above all, have fun with your Raspberry Pi devices and even more fun with Slackware ARM. It might seem like rocket-science sometimes, but it's not really! :lol:

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