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Revision as of 00:55, 22 May 2012

Fedora 17 ARM Beta

The beta release of Fedora 17 for ARM is now available for download from:

http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora-secondary/releases/test/17-Beta/Images/

What is the Beta release?

The beta release is the last important milestone of Fedora 17 for ARM. Included is support for QEMU, Trimslice, and a the eagerly awaited Raspberry Pi. In our final stage of development the ARM team will focus on a few remaining issues with the OMAP platform, and the final release will include support for both the Pandaboard and Beagleboard XM.

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armhfp arm

tar.xz

arm:armv5tel armhfp:armv7hl

This is a simple tarball of a Fedora 17 root filesystem without any kernels or X packages installed. Boots to a getty login prompt.

armhfp arm

tar.xz

arm:armv5tel armhfp:armv7hl

This is a simple tarball of a Fedora 17 root filesystem without any kernels, but with a minimal number of X packages installed. Boots to X login prompt.

armhfp arm

tar.xz

arm:armv5tel armhfp:armv7hl

This is a simple tarball of a Fedora 17 root filesystem without any kernels, but with the full XFCE package set installed. Boots to X login prompt.