The Pi Podcast interviews DietPi operating system creator

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The Pi Podcast interviews DietPi operating system creator

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The lads are back with their latest episode. This one features a round-up of all the important Pi-related news and an interview with DietPi creator Dan Knight (Fourdee).Listen to it now.
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THE PI PODCAST #18 – DIETPI

(Interview start at: 13:50)

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Hehe. Good find :)

Was having a rough day during the recording, but really enjoyed it. I think we did the interview in early February, but was delayed due to RPi v3 release.

I love the latest news section of their podcast, so anyone who needs to feel the RPi geek inside them, well worth a regular listen.
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I discovered your awesome DietPi exactly because of the podcast.
So far I've installed it on a RPi3 - ownCloud and a B+ (openvpn/PiHole) and it couldn't have been easier.

Thanks so much for doing this.
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warus wrote:I discovered your awesome DietPi exactly because of the podcast.
So far I've installed it on a RPi3 - ownCloud and a B+ (openvpn/PiHole) and it couldn't have been easier.

Thanks so much for doing this.
Great to hear Warus, thanks for letting us know :)
If you find our project or support useful, then we’d really appreciate it if you’d consider contributing to the project however you can.
Donating is the easiest – you can use PayPal or become a DietPi patron.
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