Raspberry Pi successfully booted with Plan 9

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It’s true, Plan 9 will boot on a Raspberry Pi. Simply a matter of copying the image to the SD card and powering the thing up.

Didn’t seem to like my USB keyboard though. Whether that is because of a problem with the keyboard, with my Raspberry Pi’s hardware or with the Pla 9 port will have to wait – as I am going out now.

The one thing that also seemed clear is that the display driver doesn’t play too well with a television. So I better use a proper monitor too.

But the system worked and was plainly alive (ie it was updating its output).

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