Fedora Arrives On The Raspberry Pi

Fedora Arrives On The Raspberry Pi

Fedora might not be one of the most popular Linux distros, but it’s certainly one of the most beloved. We’ve seen a remix of it on the Raspberry Pi before, but now it’s available in an official form.

While still in beta, Fedora 25 supports the Raspberry Pi model 2 and model 3. It comes packed with support for various Wi-Fi dongles, USB drives, and pretty much everything else you’d expect, though it does not support the onboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on the Pi 3 yet. There are plenty of other small caveats as well, including issues with sound (does Linux ever not have an issue with sound?), lack of expansion HAT support, and more, but everything’s covered over on the FAQ page.

Raspberry Pi (2 and 3) support in Fedora 25 beta [Fedora Magazine]

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