On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 11:09 PM, Michal Schorm <mschorm(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I am desperately trying to run Fedora on my Raspberry Pi 3 B.
So far, I wasn't successfull at all.
So we only officially support it as of today on Fedora 25 Beta. All
the ARM images are supported and the instructions are here
I don't understand well, what everything I must do in order to
create bootable (micro)SD card or USB flash drive with Fedora.
So I believe the instructions in the wiki for Fedora 25 Beta are quite
straight forward in the above wiki link but would love feedback.
> Successes till now:
> * Boot from USB enabled or RPi3B.
> * Raspbian image runs well, i configured Raspbian quite as I wanted. (Which provides
two basic debug informations - RPi runs and it runs well both from SD and USB)
> * even CentOS image run well
> Informations I use:
> * I heard, new stable linux kernel (4.7.6) supports RPi3.
> * I heard, Fedora 25 use this kernel
> => which means it should be able to run on Rpi3 arch without workarounds (like use
kernel used for RPi2)
> I went through dozens tutorials, articles, tips, tricks & gits but the vast
majority was about RPi2.
> So now few questions to the begining?
> 1) Are there images of Fedora for RPi3? (in case I am just blind)
> 2) Will they ever be here? (in case it would't be somehow possible to run Fedora
on RPi3 properly ever)
> 3) Can I use raw images of Fedora 25 ARM on getfedora.org? (Are they ready to run on
RPi3? Are the kernel changes already integrated in this version?)
> 3.1) How can I transfer it to my SD card for RPi3? (I tried gnome-disks, dd,
fedora-media-creator, fedora-arm-maker ... or whatever are all those called, still no
> Michal Schorm
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