> > > I'm working on it. The plan is for initial support
in Fedora 32. I'm
> > > working on getting U-Boot in decent shape so it can be flashed to the
> > > SPI, plus a usable DT. Most of the userspace stuff is already there.
> > > We will then evolve it through the release. Hoping to have it in a
> > > semi reasonable state by the end of the month.
> > JFYI: Someone already created a Fedora image and linked it into the
> > pinebook wiki:
> > https://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/Pinebook_Pro_Software_Release#Fedora
> > But it's definitely not official, as the download links to SourceForge.
> Correct, I've been in communication with them, it's a hacked up kernel
> from elsewhere.
If you can't establish provenance of the image and the user who posted
it, then you should report it to the Fedora Security team and Pine
Security team so they take it down.
The providence is fine, there's source code etc available.
There's no reason to have Fedora users downloading
random/tainted/corrupt/malware images that appear to be official. It
is a malware author's wet dream come true.
It will be removed once I have a real update.