Is there any chance nowadays of getting Fedora ARM running on cheap
Allwinner 7" Android tablets that ship with Android 5.1 ?
I am thinking of the likes of
7" Android Tablet
Android 5.1.1 operating system
Quad-core processor up to 1.2Ghz
8GB Internal Flash Memory
Further digging reveals:
CPU Allwinner A23
Would booting Linux be a pain like it was discussed here about three years
ago, or are there more mature solutions wrt replacing unlocking/replacing
bootloader or booting from external usb flash drive?
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary
- George Orwell
I'm trying to understand if it is possible, and if yes then how, to enable
I2C and SPI.
On Raspbian one had to edit config.txt, but here overlays directory on
partition is empty.
Is there somewhere documented how to populate folder?
FAQ on https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Raspberry_Pi is a bit unclear for me,
when it says no support for HATs.
It describes that some manual steps are required. That's fine, however I'm
not kernel developer,
I just play with some simple sensors. Using simple python scripts.
Is a quick answer to such usage: "Not yet"?
Right now Fedora 25 installed nicely on PI, and works great as Fedora box,
imap server, some www page.