Grate Bian based on Debian Jessie available for Raspberry Pi




The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released an update for its Rasp Bian operating system. Rasp Bian is based on Debian and make this update in the basic use of Debian Jessie, the successor of Debian Wheezy.

Rasbian Jessie That requires Raspberry Pi on his blog. The bulk of the changes are not visible to the end user, but the flexibility and performance has been greatly improved, according to the organization, in addition to many small and big bugfixes. The well visible changes have to do with the look and feel of the desktop interface.

One of the most striking changes is that when you start a fresh install the OS starts with the desktop, not on the command line. This decision was taken because it’s presence can be expected of modern computer; the standard interface for a desktop computer is a gui in 2015, “the developers. For those who prefer to start with a command-line, there is obviously the possibility to adjust this.

Furthermore, the LXDE desktop now uses gtk + 3 and therefore see different applications there are slightly different, which in some cases a ‘modern look’ can give. The menu bar is now removing a large ‘eject’ button for safely on the right side of USB drives, in order to prevent people just pull off a USB drive, while still write operations are underway. In the case of the press ‘eject’ the system indicates whether it is safe to remove the drive, or that there is still activity occurs between the ox and the drive.

To the Raspberry Pi increasingly in a “real” computer to change, is now the standard LibreOffice suite is included and a client called Claws Mail for people who can not use or wish to use online mail services. The educational branch there are now some standard programs to write Java applications, namely BlueJ and Greenfoot.

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