Coming up in this episode
- The History of
RaspbianRaspberry Pi OS
- What we've been doing with Pi's
- And we run something over the break
0:00 Cold Open
1:36 SBC, One, Two, Three
17:24 Raspberry Pi History: The Early Days
19:55 2006 - 2012
22:22 2012 - 2014
26:26 2014 - 2017
33:28 2017 - 2020
37:05 2020 - 2023
43:12 Hot Pis and Hot Takes
1:07:41 Next Season: A Twofer
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Raspberry Pi OS the History
- BBC Micro
- ZX Spectrum
- The very first Raspberry Pi prototypes
- Early alpha boards
- Paul Beech's logo
- Early hacking resulted in a functional Debian Squeeze installation
- The Raspberry Pi is official
- Arch Linux ARM supporting the Raspberry Pi is out in the wild
- Raspberry Pi Fedora Remix
- The first Raspbian SD Image was made available for testing
- Raspberry Pi's began hitting doorsteps
- Quake III runs on Raspberry Pi
- Debian Wheezy beta build hits the public net
- Raspbian was officially announced
- Turbo Mode is added
- The model B got upgraded
- The Model A is finally available
- Minecraft: Pi Edition is released
- The cameras and updates in Raspbian are released
- Wayland preview is announced
- Pi NoIR camera is now available
- No Foolin'. A website revamp
- Raspberry Pi compute module is announced
- Compute module development kits were available in June.
- Raspberry Pi B+ is launched
- Hardware Attached on Top
- Model A+ is announced
- The Raspberry Pi 2 launched
- The Raspberry Pi becomes the best selling British computer
- Raspbian rebases on Jessie
- Raspberry Pi Zero lands
- Raspberry Pi 3 releases
- About 5% of website traffic was served up by a Pi 3 on launch day.
- A camera connector for the Pi zero
- Raspbian is now a fully supported platform for Docker!
- SUSE released a 64-bit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for the Raspberry Pi.
- PIXEL is now available for any machine that can run Debian Jessie!
- Compute Module 3 is released
- Pi Zero W is added to the lineup
- Raspbian rebases on Stretch
- The release for PCs and Macs rebases too
- The setup wizard runs automatically on first start.
- Pi 3 Model A+ hits shelves
- Raspberry Pi 4 goes on sale
- With the Pi 4 an overhauled OS gets shipped
- Feb 2020 a new Raspbian release
- 12.3 MP high quality camera hits the streets
- 8GB version of the Raspberry Pi 4 is on sale
- Raspbian ==> Raspberry Pi OS
- Compute Module 4 lands
- Raspberry Pi 400. A Pi 4 built into a keyboard
- Dec 2020 Raspberry Pi OS release
- Raspberry Pi Pico
- Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is now on sale
- The November 2021 release
- Raspberry Pi OS in 64-bit finally hits mirrors
- April 2021 release of RasPiOS
- Raspberry Pi Pico W at 6 dollars debuts
- September 2022 update
- Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 is released
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Next Time - Next Season
We will discuss a couple of topics and some feedback. Our next distros are Debian and Gentoo. We will cover the history of Debian in Season 4 Episode 2 and we will use Gentoo for the entire season, checking on it periodically throughout.
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