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Raspbian renamed Raspberry Pi OS (32-bit) is a family of GNU/Linux operating systems derived from Debian. Version numbering follows that of Debian and the current stable is 11 (Bullseye). Raspbian is the most widely used Pi based distro and the one recommended by the Foundation, who distribute their own customised images.

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I have a Raspbian installation on which I installed a lot of stuffs. … A few weeks ago, I bought a Class10 16Gb card and cloned my raspbian installation from my old Class4 4Gb SD card to this new SD card. …
asked Dec 11 '13 by lauhub
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Adding a RTC is possible with (e.g.) this OLimex Product. Some code is provided here. Will rtcwake work with it ? You'll have to test it.
answered May 12 '16 by lauhub
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For the record, here is a link to the old IPE homepage at web.archive.org Old post Depending of what you use your RPi for, you may be insterested in IPE, which is a "blackout-proof flavour of Raspbian
answered Dec 11 '13 by lauhub