April 16, 2018

5 Raspberry Pi Operating Systems That Aren’t Linux

Looking for a way to get the most out of your Raspberry Pi? Running a project that just needs something more? Odd as it may seem, Linux might be the problem, so why not consider a non-Linux operating system? Several have been released, or adapted, for use on the Raspberry Pi.

1. Plan 9

Released as an open-source operating system in 1992, Plan 9 has a small footprint and is targeted at developers. Its lightweight presence makes it ideal for the Raspberry Pi.

A descendent of UNIX, Plan 9 is easy to install on the Pi, much like any other compatible operating system. Simply download the disk image, and write it to the microSD card.

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