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    Raspberry Pi Pixel desktop released for PC and Mac users

    Built on top of Debian this modern system requires an x86 CPU and just 512MB of RAM.
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    Re: Raspberry Pi Pixel desktop released for PC and Mac users

    Intriguing - might whack it on a VM and give it a whirl. Got the odd aging netbook lying around that it might be appropriate for...

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    Re: Raspberry Pi Pixel desktop released for PC and Mac users

    I have been forced to use it for development recently on the Pi for work. Not my favourite environment but made a nice change and Ive used far worse distros in the past.

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