Yep, it's my report on the worst named arm computer, that runs good :)
Anyway I have two reports.
** 1st report **
From all my tests, the PCDuino3 Nano Light "just works". I installed
the F23 XFCE image, followed the uboot instructions with just one
change, I used the PCDuino3 Nano uboot, cuz Lite is supposed to be the
The graphical first-boot came up, I set it up, and XFCE came up. Not
a bit of extra twiddling on my part.
I am currently updating the system to see if it will automatically
boot into the newer kernel. Since the regular PCDuino3 Nano
automatically boots into the newer kernel, I am 99% confident this
will too. But I don't like to say it will without testing it.
echo "deltarpm=False" >> /etc/dnf/dnf.conf
Use that to speed up your update by at least 20 minutes.
** 2nd report **
PCDuino3 Nano Light is currently $15 on amazon.
CPU: AllWinner A20 SoC, 1GHz ARM Cortex A7 Dual Core
Full size HDMI port
1000 Mb/sec ethernet (take with a grain of salt, but it is faster than
SATA port (no cables)
SD card slot. Says it only handles 32Gig, I run mine with 64Gig sd cards
No on board flash - The big difference between Nano and Nano lite.
Sorry that I sound like an ad. It's just that it's a decent arm
computer that runs straight F23, for only 15 dollars.