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I’m playing a little bit with python today and as every average user I obviously know what “pip” is. After an user request on our support forum I have introduced pip because it’s a must if you are using this … Continue reading

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Here’s a quick guide for containers installation. If you have read what a moebius container is now you can see how to use it with a practical example. Let’s suppose you’d like to have the full blown C/C++ toolchain, linux-headers, … Continue reading

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Version 2.x introduces a new feature called Container, but what is a Container ? A container is: a package, a virtual package, a makefile, an ebuild (gentoo) and … everything in between 🙂 When you want to use a linux distribution … Continue reading

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Now ready ! After a short while and few positive feedbacks from you I’m proud to announce an important upgrade for Moebius: ARM HF Support is back again. In previous 1.x versions HF support was an easy addon because I … Continue reading

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Version 2 of Moebius is finally downloadable. I have uploaded the image yesterday on the sourceforge area (see download link here), it’s working and it’s a really minimal image as I promised months before. If you need a basic and … Continue reading

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A little new feature for you With the new Moebius release I’d like to introduce you to Packages and Containers. Moebius wants to be a distribution focused on specific tasks for your own personal appliance (robotics, home automation, small nas, … Continue reading

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Here’s a new version of Moebius Linux for Raspberry Pi boards, version v1.1.0 is now marked as stable and freely available from download area. Some major improvements are now inside this new image, first of all there’s a full support … Continue reading

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There’s a new installation guide for windows, it’s not that hard to create a raw image from there but maybe win users are unaware of .tar.gz files or dd-like utils. It’s pretty straightforward and easy for a beginner, or at least … Continue reading

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I’ve just started a new FAQ section for collecting questions from users, it’s located under Documentation area and it’s obviously called FAQ

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  • Posted on 13. September 2012
  • Written by ben
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One nice feature available with Moebius is the SD autoresizing feature, when using the raspi-config utility there’s an option for autoresizing/autofitting your SD card. Moebius binary image available in the download section is about 900Mb when uncompressed, so it will fit … Continue reading

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