Architectures/ARM/Pandaboard

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[[File:pandastack2.jpg|right|200px|thumb|A "Pandastack" used at Seneca College to build Fedora for ARM. There are eleven stacked Pandaboards in this configuration]]
 
[[File:pandastack2.jpg|right|200px|thumb|A "Pandastack" used at Seneca College to build Fedora for ARM. There are eleven stacked Pandaboards in this configuration]]
 
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= Running Fedora on a Pandaboard =
 
= Running Fedora on a Pandaboard =
  
To download Fedora for your Pandaboard, visit our [[Architectures/ARM/Releases |release page]].
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The Pandaboard is an official target for Fedora and is support in all releases to date. To download Fedora for your Pandaboard, visit our [[Architectures/ARM/Releases |release page]].

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

[edit] Pandaboard

The Pandaboard is one of the most popular ARM devices available and provides users with either a desktop environment or minimal installation (text based).

[edit] 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.

[edit] 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.