How to install Linux on a Raspberry Pi 3B (and the rest of the world)

The first Linux-powered Raspberry Pi computer is finally available in China.

The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced on Thursday that the Pi 3, which was launched last year, has officially become available to purchase.

The foundation said the device will be available in the country on October 31, with a starting price of US$299.

In the US, you can buy one now for $329.

But there are caveats: the Raspberry Pi cannot run Android, and the device requires an Ethernet connection.

That said, the foundation said that the device is compatible with most Linux distributions.

And it will be possible to install it on a range of computers including the Raspberry Pis 3B, Raspberry Pi Zero, and a few other models.

“We are excited to announce the availability of the Raspberry PI 3B with support for Ubuntu Linux, Fedora 22, openSUSE, and many more,” said Pi Foundation President and CEO Linus Torvalds.

“For more than two years, the Pi community has been working hard to bring you a reliable, affordable, and highly usable Linux operating system.”

The Raspberry PI Foundation also said that it will work with other Linux distributions to add support for the device in the future.

“The Raspberry Pi has been a significant force for the development of Linux, bringing it a huge leap ahead of its competitors,” said Raspberry Pi president and CEO Alex Stamos.

“I am confident that our community and partners will be able to continue to develop the Raspberry PC and open source communities for the next few years, helping bring Linux to even more devices.”

The foundation also said it is working with the Pi Foundation to support new hardware products and to develop additional software to support the Raspberry.