RemixOS and similar respins are for x86 CPU Architecture and nothing to do with the RPi whatever youmaidenshredds wrote:Hey guys!
So I searched this a couple of time and I didn't find a thread or anything really, so I'll ask now.
Is anyone here familiar with the new Remix OS Android operating system? I have thus far had limited success with booting one of my PCs (running Ubuntu) with it off a USB drive. It is basically an Android OS (so a Linux kernel), much like that on a Galaxy S5 or Android tablet, but you can boot a PC with it off a USB or other small harddrive (or similar). So I was wondering, would the Raspberry PI be able to run Remix OS? I saw a comment on Youtube where someone mentioned it, but I didn't see anything else.
Some are saying on the Remix OS forum that the Raspberry Pi 2 should be powerful enough to run it.
What do ya'll think
Remix OS appears to have the blessing of the Android-x86 developers, so any Licensing issues should be resolved.cyrano wrote:The Remix OS is X86 only. There's an alpha version out, but no sign of anything ARM related.
They also seem to have a problem with licenses. There has been some criticism about not respecting GPL and stuff like that
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