The official Raspberry Pi OS distribution is now powered by Linux kernel 5.15 LTS and supports the experimental Wayland backend. The latest release also brings numerous improvements and bug fixes.
Official Raspberry Pi OS distribution is now available as a 64-bit version for all supported 64-bit Raspberry Pi devices, including Raspberry Pi 3B, 3B+, 3A+, 4, 400, CM3, CM3+, CM4, and Zero 2 W.
New Raspberry Pi OS release is now available for download with various improvements to the main configuration tool, as well as many other changes and bug fixes.
The official Raspberry Pi OS has been updated and it’s now based on the Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye” operating system series. The latest release brings numerous new featuers and improvements.
Raspberry Pi OS distribution has a new release available to download for Raspberry Pi devices, powered by Linux kernel 5.10 LTS and offering improved support for Raspberry Pi 400 devices, as well as other changes.
Latest Raspberry Pi OS release adds support for Epson printers, removes the Adobe Flash Player plugin and Scratch 2 IDE, adds screen reader support in Chromium, and fixes many bugs.
Raspberry Pi OS has a new release for Raspberry Pi devices with improved audio and printing support, new options to the Raspberry Pi Configuration tool, improved screen reader support, as well as various other changes.
The latest Raspberry Pi OS release is powered by the Linux 5.4 LTS kernel series and adds various improvements and bug fixes to the Debian-based operating system for tiny Raspberry Pi computers.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation renames their Debian-based Rasbian Linux distribution for the Raspberry Pi single-board computer as Raspberry Pi OS and release a 64-bit beta image for the new Raspberry Pi 4 8GB RAM model.