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Minor glitches fixed and few addons. I’m now testing older Pi boards to assure full compatibility with previous cards. This beta is fast but too optimized and focused on RPiv3 only, probably you don’t care or you have just the … Continue reading

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Still here and now passing everything in beta. Github main repository is working and final image is under testing. Kernel and system messages are now sent to serial console to speedup debugging but in the final release this must be changed to … Continue reading

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I’m now upgrading github repository, adding pgp keys and basic deb packages. I’m still having few issues with reprepro but I guess I’ll fix them real soon. Board tested: RPi3, RPi2. Github repo is the main task, later I’ll do more … Continue reading

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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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moebius utility release 1.0.1, As promised few days ago here’s a little change to the moebius utility, nothing fancy but just the prosecution of an opened task related to package management. It’s not so crucial so you may upgrade the … 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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No news on the Moebius core today because I’m working on the repository. As you may know this upcoming release is not based on Debian anymore because I have built it from scratch.  I was considering to create my own … Continue reading

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