There is not the "about the RPi" so I voted for my iPhone 4Sbertwert wrote:I am more amazed that there are two DSI votes, and there isn't even a DSI screen to use.eggbeater wrote:Well?
Prediction: HDMI and headless will come in first. Composite probably won't even get a vote.
Prove me wrong.
Can I reply to you on PM? I'm afraid if Microsoft will remove the facility if I give it publicallyjamesh wrote:So are you saying that you have a prerelease version of Win10 Iot and the Wifi is working OK?
Or something else?
WiFi works a threat on RPi2markrad_msft wrote:This is true. The product group are currently working on porting Wi-Fi drivers to this platform. I don't have an ETA yet.
With Qemu KVM, you can run RISC OS for BeagleBoard without modification!DavidS wrote:Possible? Probably, though the amount of work needed to do so would be huge at the least, and it would slow down RISC OS.
What do you need linux for so much that you would make this sacrifice?
I don't know classic VB, but only VB.net and VBA for Office64SebastianM wrote:Hi,
Vb.net, since it came out. I guess it isn't even possible to use classic vb to write an universal app.
May I ask what the reason for your question is?
Windows PE means Windows PreInstallation Environment.(used since Longhorn in all NT6-based OSes)fruitoftheloom wrote:Windows 10 IoT Core is the only Microsoft OS compatible with the RPi2 B see:mimi123 wrote:Everything is in the question.
Is there Windows PE for ARMv7 for win10?