Artix is a low-resource Linux that can be configured to run well on old, low-powered computer hardware. In this article, I describe my first attempts at setting it up.
You've created a custom Linux installation for the Raspberry Pi. How do you turn that into a bootable SD card image that can be distributed?
How to construct a custom networked storage (NAS) unit based on a Raspberry Pi and two mirrored USB hard drives -- and why you might want to.