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Raspbian is great but the big problem with it is that everything in the OS is setup for the UK. Here at LoveRPi, we want the process to be simple for our customers so we re-spun the latest Raspbian Jessie from the Raspberry Pi with a bunch of new features. You can find more information and the download links on our forum. Americanized Locale, Timezone (NY), KeyboardLatest Linux Kernel 4.5Fix RTL8188EU WiFi Signal IssueLatest packagesBTRFS filesystem with lzo compression, noatime, and / in @ subvolAutomatic disk resizing on bootup700MB smaller RAW image size *VC4 overlay does not work due to...

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Raspbian is great but the big problem with it is that everything in the OS is setup for the UK. Here at LoveRPi, we want the process to be simple for our customers so we re-spun the latest Raspbian Jessie from the Raspberry Pi with a bunch of new features. You can find more information and the download links on our forum. Americanized Locale, Timezone (NY), KeyboardLatest Linux Kernel 4.4Latest packagesBTRFS filesystem with lzo compression, noatime, and / in @ subvolHDMI safe mode enabled by defaultAutomatic disk resizing on bootup700MB smaller RAW image size

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We sell a lot of boards and one of the often asked questions is the difference between all the boards. We will try to highlight the differences and which board is best for your use-case.  Green - Great!, Yellow - Attention, Red - Not so great :(Image Copyright LoveRPi Raspberry Pi 2 Model BThis board has the best marketing, the largest community, and the most sales. You will find people using this board to do everything under the sun which means it has the most accessories. It is also very expensive for the performance and features you get. It is...

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Our forum is operational! There's not much content there right now but we will start filling it in. If you have any questions about the technical aspects of the board, don't hesitate to make a post! Go to Forum

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Today, AMD officially released the Opteron A1100 series. Unlike previous ARM attempts, AMD fully baked their design from hardware to software to introduce the first PC-like SoC. x86 is not just an ISA but an ecosystem with defined processes for booting, IO access, and basic compatibility for reusability of code. Coming from the embedded world, ARM solutions have always been one-off in terms of ecosystem. Samsung's Exynos and Qualcomm Snapdragon are prime examples of this. It really excites us that a tier 1 vendor is building the groundwork for ARM based chips. We hope that other vendors follow in AMD's footsteps....

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