On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 08:58:11AM -0700, Brendan Conoboy wrote:
On 07/11/2013 08:47 AM, Till Maas wrote:
>IMHO it is also not that easy to get something going with ARM on Fedora.
>For example I bought a Sheeva-ARM devices to get upstream release
>monitoring running on it . But even when I got it installed,
>the device crashed with a kernel soft lockup.
It is currently closed, because I did not re-test anymore after it was
announced that the device won't be supported anymore soon.
> Now the devices are no
>longer supported. I got a RPi (from the hardware summer of fun) with the
>same intent, but until today it is not properly supported and won't.
Never been supported by Fedora ARM for lack of upstream kernel and
firmware license issues. It's a Seneca College remix, but AFAIK it
Yes, but this is probably also a reason why there was little Fedora
related outcome from the Hardware summer of fun.
>the meantime I bought a Cubieboard, no luck here as well. Since the
>Cubieboard remix even requires HDMI output and does not work headless, I
>did not try it because if missing HDMI hardware.
Never been supported by Fedora ARM for lack of upstream kernel.
That might change in the next release as the upstream is coming
> Also all the Fedora ARM
>efforts usually require to dd some images instead of just allowing to
>run a textmode anaconda via serial or some other installer, which just
F19 on ARM supports interactive anaconda installs over serial. Or
vnc installs if you want graphics. Or kickstart installs if you
This sounds promising. Are there remix-anaconda images that can be used
to test this on a Cubieboard?