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    I've searched thru all the posts I can find before explicitly asking. Am a user on Windows, Mac, & Ubuntu; wonderful software (SW). That said, is there a path thru which I might install on a Raspberry Pi? Been using Jessie & moving to Stretch. I assume a fallback would be to surface thru a share & use on one of the other platforms, but I'd prefer native & local execution, esp if running in an isolated environment. My normal SW dev't environment includes VS & Jetbrains products, mostly Geany for editing, in the VB, Python, Golang, & C languages; Pascal & others a long time ago. Used to teach UG & Graduate CS courses. Mostly SCADA & 'very large' DBMSs (mySQL, SQL Server, Oracle). Thanks in advance; so appreciate BC, esp in moving among multiple environments.

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    We haven't run on a Pi in office, but if you can install one of the supported Linux distributions (with X Windows) and all other required libraries, it might be able to run. Do any of your environments support X Windows and installing from a .deb or .rpm?

    Otherwise, yes, in many cases we see users access the system as a shared network folder from a primary desktop.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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      Correction: Raspberry Pi's run on ARM chips, so BC4 isn't going to be able to run on that hardware.
      Aaron P Scooter Software

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