Distribution Release: DietPi 6.0 (DistroWatch.com News)

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2018-01-28 NEWDistribution Release: DietPi 6.0
DietPi is a Debian-based Linux distribution, primarily developed for single board computers such as the Raspberry Pi. DietPi also runs on other architectures, including x86 computers and Odroid machines. The project’s latest release, DietPi 6.0, is based on Debian 9 “Stretch”. “All DietPi images have been re-created. Existing installations (v159 or lower), can no longer be updated, or supported. To continue support, users must install the latest v6.0 image. All images are now Debian Stretch (excluding Odroid’s) ARMbian based images are now mainline kernel 4.13+. Native PC (EFI): is now an ISO, with Clonezilla bundled. Simplifies installation via Rufus write. If you are happy with your existing installation of v159 (or lower), you are not required to install the v6.0 image, however, we cannot continue to provide support for v159 (or lower) installations. Minor notes: The XMAS tree has now been taken down, stored away on GitHub history for next year. Hope you all had a good one.” Further information can be found in the project’s release announcement. Download (pkglist): DietPi_RPi-ARMv6-Stretch.7z (81MB), DietPi_v6.0_NativePC-EFI-x86_64-Stretch_mmc.iso (410MB).

About DietPi
DietPi is a Debian-based Linux distribution, primarily developed for single board computers such as the Raspberry Pi, Orange Pi or Odroid. DietPi also supplies builds for 64-bit x86 personal computers and virtual machines. DietPi ships with a number of menu-driven configuration tools which can be run from a terminal.

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