Good news. I could compile today the Multi Measurement System (MMS) on a Raspberry Pi. MMS is a system, which I have been developing for a long time, that enables you to write simple programs to control scientific instruments, automate data acquisition and process it afterwards. It is meant to be free, ‘easy to use’ and to replace that expensive drawing application that infests science labs all around the world. And now you can run MMS on a Raspberry Pi, a less than 50 USD computer that fits in the palm of your hand.
The MMS code is still immature, but works. You can find it here.