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Arndale Board Fedora Remix

The Arndale Board Fedora Remix, produced and maintained by Tekkaman Ninja, is a Fedora-based Linux distribution that runs on the ARM Cortex-A15 system-on-a-chip (Samsung Exynos 5 Dual(Exynos 5250)) known as the Arndale Board (Arndale). This distribution consists of software packages from the Fedora ARM project (armv7hfp architecture) and a small number of additional packages that are modified from the Fedora versions.

This page will show you how to install Fedora Remix on the Arndale Board. Installing Fedora Remix on the Arndale Board is easier than installing Fedora on a laptop or desktop because all you have to do is copy the prepared image to a SD card and plug in the Arndale.

The current build of Fedora 18 seems to be stable to me so far. The first core components of the Exynos 5250 landed in kernel 3.8.0, and the kernel source code come from linux-linaro-tracking.git

Let’s get started with it!

Installing the Arndale Board Fedora Remix