ARM chips are the most widely-produced processor family in the world; they have historically been used in cell phones and embedded applications, and are increasingly used in tablet devices and low-power-consumption servers.
The Fedora-ARM project is an initiative to bring Fedora to this processor family.
Detailed information on Fedora-ARM:
- Running Fedora-ARM on your ARM device, or through emulation on your PC
- Fedora ARM Koji (package builder) instance
- Information for Fedora package maintainers on getting your packages to work on ARM
- Information for Fedora-ARM team members (and prospective team members!) plus developers
- How to get an armv5tel cross toolchain installed on your x86 Fedora host
- How to build a kernel and cross-compile for ARM
- Building and Installing a Fedora Kernel Package on ARM Systems
- Updating a Fedora Kernel on ARM Systems
- Various tips and hacks to improve Fedora ARM performance
- Fedora 17 - Includes kernels for Tegra 2, OMAP, IMX, Kirkwood, Highbank and Qemu systems.
- Current Snapshots including xzcat-able images. Updated nightly.
- Fedora 17 GA (includes Versatile Express (QEMU), Trimslice, Beagleboard xM, Pandaboard, Kirkwood Plugs, Highbank and iMX based hardware platforms)
- Fedora 17 Beta release (includes images for Trimslice, Beagleboard XM, iMX and QEMU)
- Fedora 17 Alpha 1 release for ARMv7hl (Optimized for Beagle, Panda, Trimslice, Efika and other ARMv7 devices)
- Fedora 17 Alpha 1 release for ARMv5tel (For use with legacy ARMv5 devices such as the Raspberry Pi, Guruplug and Dreamplug)
- Fedora 16 - Was not released.
- Fedora 15 - Original armv5tel ABI and new faster armv7hl ABI
- Fedora 14 - For ARMv5tel
- Fedora 13 - For ARMv5tel
- Fedora 12 - For ARMv5tel