Now that Flint OS is "gone," and there's still no feasible way of getting pure Chromium OS running on your tiny single-board computer, Keith Callahan announced today that he is reviving the Chromium OS for SBCs project in an attempt to offer the community an easy way of installing the open-source Chromium OS operating system on Raspberry Pi SBCs. Callahan told Softpedia that he is currently working hard on the new Chromium OS for SBCs 1.0 (Codename Weinreich) release, which should hit the streets near the Christmas holidays, with initial support for Raspberry Pi 2, Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, and the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ boards.
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