Moebius 1.1.1

This project provides a minimal Linux operating system for the Raspberry Pi device
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
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Andrea Benini
ROOT \ Linux Distributions
Moebius is an open source Linux distribution based on the Debian GNU/Linux operating system and targeted at Raspberry Pi Armhf devices.

Moebius has a minimal footprint, and size, speed and optimizations are the main goals for this Linux distribution. Installation is fairly simple:

- Download and uncompress the latest moebius-*.tar.gz archive by clicking the link above and extract it on your Linux desktop;
- Insert an empty SD card in your computer (previous contents will be erased);
- Use a disk imaging tool to copy the single image file available inside the extracted archive to your SD card. On Windows you can use the WinDD application. Linux and Mac OS X have the "dd" command. Example: dd bs=1M if=moebius-*.img of=/dev/
- Insert the SD card in your Raspberry Pi device;
- Power on the Raspberry Pi device;
- Use the user: root and the password: raspi to access the shell. The first time you login you'll see the "moebius.config" utility, which you may use to easily adapt the system to your needs.

Last updated on October 21st, 2013

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What's new in Moebius 1.1.1:

  • After few days here we are with a newly downloadable version of Moebius, now v1.1.1
  • It’s basically a fix of previously released v1.1.0 where SD autoresizing feature never worked with bigger SD cards (>=8Gb).
  • With previous v1.1.0 parted utility was dropped in favor of fdisk due to its minor dependencies and disk space size but it seems to produce a slightly different output when dealing with bigger cards. It’s not a big change but users on forums properly marked this issue and I have decided to release a new version to correct moebius.config utility and avoid manual patching or package upgrades for noobs. Image is even a little bit bigger to avoid troubles promptly noted by you with some low cost chinese sd cards.
  • If you’re using v1.1.0 with small SD cards and you have already resized it without troubles you may even ignore this upgrade, download it if you’re dealing with bigger cards and previous SD autoresize feature didn’t worked as expected.
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