We are proud to announce the availability of a(n unofficial)
Fedora 8 package repository for the ARM architecture.
The package repository has been built for ARMv5 EABI, soft-float,
little endian. The majority of the important and frequently used
Fedora packages have been built for ARM.
The Fedora/ARM architecture wiki page has more info:
The easiest way to start using Fedora 8/ARM is to download the
prebuilt root filesystem, which can be booted in QEMU, or chroot'ed
into or booted from on any ARMv5 or later processor running in little
endian mode. Additional packages can be installed by using yum,
which is provided in the filesystem.
A HOWTO which describes getting Fedora/ARM running in QEMU is here:
There currently are a handful of known issues, which are described at:
Please help us by using the Fedora/ARM port and reporting any issues
you run into so that we can fix them.