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|−|The first step is to download the Fedora 17 image. The prebuilt images include kernels and can be written directly to SD Card, USB, or SATA drive and booted without any additional steps or configuration. The serial console image requires a minimum of 2GB and the XFCE desktop requires a minimum of 4 GB. |+|
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|−|* [http://download .fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora-secondary/releases/17/Images/armhfp/Fedora -17-armhfp-panda-mmcblk0.img.xz Serial Console Image] |+|
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|−|* [ http:// download. fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora-secondary/releases/17/Images/armhfp/Fedora-17-armhfp-panda-xfce-mmcblk0.img.xz XFCE Desktop Image] |+|
Latest revision as of 15:48, 17 July 2013
A "Pandastack" used at Seneca College to build Fedora for ARM. There are eleven stacked Pandaboards in this configuration
The Pandaboard is one of the most popular ARM devices available and provides users with either a desktop environment or minimal installation (text based).
 Technical Specifications
- 1 GHz Dual core Cortex A9 Processor (OMAP 4430-4460)
- 1 GB DDR2 RAM
- HDMI v1.3
- 10/100Mbit/s Ethernet
- 802.11 b/g/n WiFi
For more information on the Pandaboard visit their website.
 Running Fedora on a Pandaboard
The Pandaboard is an official target for Fedora and is support in all releases to date. To download Fedora for your Pandaboard, visit our release page.