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** [[Architectures/ARM/Fedora15 HardFP Bootstrap|Fedora 15 Hardware Floating Point Bootstrap]]
 
** [[Architectures/ARM/Fedora15 HardFP Bootstrap|Fedora 15 Hardware Floating Point Bootstrap]]
 
** Virtual Fedora Activity Days (VFADs) take place every Friday to continue bootstrap of armv7hl ("hardfp") F15. Join IRC at 10:00am EDT, or participate at any time following the bootstrap instructions.
 
** Virtual Fedora Activity Days (VFADs) take place every Friday to continue bootstrap of armv7hl ("hardfp") F15. Join IRC at 10:00am EDT, or participate at any time following the bootstrap instructions.
** Latest VFAD: [[Architectures/ARM/Fedora15 HardFP Bootstrap Virtual FAD 20110708|July 08 2011 Bootstrapping Fedora Activity Day]] - Yum is working in the F15 rootfs, work begins on mock support (see mailing list for todos).
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** Latest VFAD: [[Architectures/ARM/Fedora15 HardFP Bootstrap Virtual FAD 20110715|July 15 2011 Bootstrapping Fedora Activity Day]] - Yum is working in the F15 rootfs, work begins on mock support (see mailing list for todos).
  
 
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Revision as of 07:21, 15 July 2011

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Arch:ARM
Examples of ARM develoment systems, including a SheevaPlug (white box), GuruPlug (black box), BeagleBoard (bare PCB), and OpenRD-Client (silver box). These systems typically consume under 5 watts each.

Introduction

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.

Communication

Resources

Detailed information on Fedora-ARM:

Releases

Development