Looking at the --supported list in arm-image-installer I see a bunch
the NanoPi variations, except for the one I have (from work), the
I was able to get Armbian running on it without any issue, and it's
running quite happily. However, I would certainly much prefer to run
To that end, what would it take to get Fedora onto the device?
There's no upstream support in U-Boot for the device, in the upstream
Linux kernel there is a device tree, so you may be able to use a 3rd
party U-Boot but YMMV.
> PS: I realize I could look at the Neo+ or M1+ which are supported, but
> those all appear to be a bare board and I can't (quickly) find those in a
> nice container like the R1 comes with.
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