As the RPi is 'available' from today (not quite what suppliers sites say) could somebody help explain to a non savvy Linux user what to load on it.
I have been reading sam's threads and site for a while and mainly want to use it for xbmc, so, is it best/what's the difference, between xbmcbuntu, raspbmc and Debian and Fedora remix etc.
I would be happy (at the mo) if it was like I have seen via xbmcbuntu/live.
Sorry to crash some heavier discussion with newbie stuff.
Alan - I think the easiest solutuion will be Raspbmc, once Sam has released it.
If its like crystlabuntu, which I think it will be from what Sam has said, there will be a gui installer for windows/linux which will create an SD with raspbmc (xbmc on debian) installed on it - you will shove this into the RasPi and boot, that should be it!
Edit - don't hold your breath on getting one tho - i preordered one from Farnell at 06.15 this morning, got an email saying it will be with me w/c 16/4/12...