I've been instructed to load ubuntu on a raspberry file. I was told
"The Ubuntu image for the Raspberry pi called ‘Soft-float Debian wheezy'
Is that different from the Debian Wheezy I see on the raspberrypi.org downloads link?
Is that the same?
If its not the same where can i download the soft float debian wheezy?
EDIT: I believe the author's intent is to ask:
I've been instructed to load 'soft-float Debian Wheezy' onto my Raspberry Pi computer. However, when I search for 'soft-float Debian Wheezy' I am not able to find any distributions with exactly that name.
Is there a difference between 'Debian Wheezy' and 'Soft-Float Debian Wheezy'?
Can I install 'Debian Wheezy' and then apply an update and/or install something to make a 'soft-float' version of Debian Wheezy?