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RISC-V (pronounced "RISC Five") is an open source instruction set architecture (ISA). This project, informally called Fedora/RISC-V, aims to provide a complete Fedora experience on the RISC-V (64 bit, RV64GC) architecture.


February/March 2018 Stage4 disk images are available. These are bootable in qemu and let you try out Fedora/RISC-V. Make sure you read the readme.txt file first. The development environment is quite complete with GCC 7.3.1, Perl 5.26, Python 2 and 3, git, systemd, various editors including vi and emacs, many -devel packages, and some X11 packages. It will be enough for most developers to start porting their software to RISC-V. The main missing things at the moment are Ruby, Java and Gtk 3.

Status January/February 2018 The third and hopefully final bootstrap of Fedora 27 has started. Please follow progress or try building it yourself via this git repository. Expected timelines are: 1-2 weeks until stage 3 disk images are available, 1-2 months until stage 4 pristine RPM-built disk images are available, 2 months until we are autobuilding regular Fedora packages, 3-6 months until we have koji-shadow functionality.


Find us on FreeNode IRC: #fedora-riscv

There is no specific mailing list, use the general Fedora developers' mailing list.


Disk images, RPMs, SRPMs. Log files and status from the autobuilder.
The autobuilder source.
Scripts used to build the stage4 disk image.
Linux kernel build scripts and patches
The COPR repository (for Fedora 27/x86_64) containing QEMU
Tracker bug for all issues which affect Fedora on RISC-V

Bootstrapping is over so the following links are now obsolete:
Git repository containing the bootstrapping work. Read the README file!
Interim stage3 disk images built by rwmj
Interim stage3 disk and kernel images built by davidlt.