fre 2011-01-21 klockan 23:00 +0800 skrev Misha Shnurapet:
I have a question. What does it mean for Fedora?
That there should get a bigger momentum around Linux on ARM in general,
including Fedora, and that the current task of getting the Fedora ARM up
to date is an important enabler for Fedora to be able to participate in
the open community around running "your own Linux" on these devices.
But in the area of ARM MID (etc) devices there is also an alarming trend
of securely locking down the devices and not publishing hardware
information which will both annoy and slow down development
considerably. The number of ARM MID etc devices that you can actually
replace the operating system software on is fairly limited. It does not
help much if full source is disclosed (which it often is not) if the
hardware documentation is closed and/or any os software needs to e
digitally signed by the hw vendor.