Hi, I'm David;
I'm Kansas born & bred, but living in Australia and having high-functioning autism. My education was in electronics engineering, my career in commercial IT until the Tech Wreck. So, I've done a bit of everything: Programming, database design, and even spent hours teaching the same person how to do the most basic things in word processors and spreadsheets, over and over again. The "professional" name for that is help desk, and I've used mainframes, minicomputers, UNIX, PC's and Macs, so I believe absolutely in the right tool for the job, not in any one machine or coding language I used several from machine language to Visual Studio.
I got into Raspberry Pi's as it seemed the cheapest way to get into Mathematica; that didn't quite go to plan. I went from "I'll only ever need one (Pi 2 v1.1)" to a max of 13 (9 Zeros with WIFi, a 3B+ and now a Pi 4 of each memory size), now I'm giving Zeroes to friends since they've done there job for me. I've built small clusters for Mathematica, and inadvertently found myself to be good at breaking it. I've also found it unlike any other programming language, and hence hard to learn on your own.
I'm here now two try and get two questions answered about 64-bit Raspbian OS, I keep getting lost online looking for answers without help, so here they are:
1) This link (viewtopic.php?t=275370
) says it will be updated and hasn't been since late May. Mind you it is the clearest summary of the 64-bit OS. It won't let me reply to ask if there any updates yet.
2) The second is obvious: is Mathematica (64-bit) available yet for 64-bit Raspberry PI OS. If it is only a beta, that's OK; although it might be too easy to break.