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6 making it consistent (various abbrev.s for Raspberry Pi is confusing) and just generally making it more idiomatic and readable
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I'm interested in using the RaspiRaspberry Pi as a pure embedded CPU unit, for the development of embedded applications. RaPi Since the Raspberry Pi has a very strongpowerful CPU and with quite a largebit of memory, it makes an excellent embedded board.

Is it possible to use the RaspiRaspberry Pi without a Linux OS? How can I do this?

I'm interested in using the Raspi as a pure embedded CPU unit, for the development of embedded applications. RaPi has a very strong CPU and with a large memory, it makes an excellent embedded board.

Is it possible to use the Raspi without a Linux OS? How can I do this?

I'm interested in using the Raspberry Pi as a pure embedded CPU unit, for the development of embedded applications. Since the Raspberry Pi has a powerful CPU with quite a bit of memory, it makes an excellent embedded board.

Is it possible to use the Raspberry Pi without a Linux OS? How can I do this?

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Using Raspberry Pi without a Linux OS?

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Using Raspberry Pi without anLinux OS?

3 made into a question, rather than a discussion topic - previous question would be more suitable on the RP forum
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2 made into a question, rather than a discussion topic - previous question would be more suitable on the RP forum
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