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Using Fedora-ARM

How to Install

The easiest way to get started is to download a prebuilt root filesystem built from F12 packages that includes yum. This is suitable to chroot into, and then installing additional packages as needed using yum. You will also need a suitable kernel for your device. Below is a list of guides for installing Fedora on specific ARM hardware.

Fedora ARM Repositories

The work to date is available from: ftp.linux.org.uk.

Latest Release: Fedora 12

The following is available for F12:

Older Fedora releases

See this page.

And more

We also provide: