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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==

Revision as of 16:24, 18 November 2014

Fedora ARM Supported Platforms

Author: Dennis Gilmore
Revision: 0.01
Initial Draft: Friday Aug 16, 2013
Last Revised: Tuesday Nov 18, 2014

Overview

Fedora has a strict adherence to upstream, as a result we only support systems supported in the upstream kernel. This means that sometimes it takes a little time to fully support systems, but results in a better long term result. Each new release of Fedora brings with it newly supported systems.

Fedora 21

System Supported Notes
Trimslice yes HDMI and DVI output works
Calxeda Highbank yes pxe install tree
Panda Board yes
Beagleboard(OMAP3) yes
Wandboard yes Quad works, dual and solo untested
Vexpress(QEMU) yes Cortex A9 and A15 emulation
BeagleBone(AM335x) yes Black and White
Banana Pi (A20) yes
Cubietruck (A20) yes
Jetson TK1 yes PCIe not yet working.

Fedora 20

System Supported Notes
Trimslice yes HDMI and DVI output works
Calxeda Highbank yes pxe install tree
Panda Board no upstream unresponsive
Beagleboard(OMAP3) no upstream unresponsive
Wandboard yes Quad works, dual and solo untested
Vexpress(QEMU) yes Cortex A9 and A15 emulation
BeagleBone(AM335x) pending Black and White

Fedora 19

System Supported Notes
Trimslice yes HDMI and DVI output works
Calxeda Highbank yes pxe install tree
Panda Board yes Everything works
Beagleboard no issue with cortex-A8 and LPAE config option in kernel