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ARM in Fedora is all grown up! With the release of Fedora 20 are is considered a primary architecture meaning that it receives the same amount of attention that the x86 and x86-64 releases get. Fedora ARM officially supports armv7hl, and work on AArch64 is underway. To find out how to help or learn about other unofficial ARM ports read the ARM section of the wiki. [[Architectures/ARM]]  
 
ARM in Fedora is all grown up! With the release of Fedora 20 are is considered a primary architecture meaning that it receives the same amount of attention that the x86 and x86-64 releases get. Fedora ARM officially supports armv7hl, and work on AArch64 is underway. To find out how to help or learn about other unofficial ARM ports read the ARM section of the wiki. [[Architectures/ARM]]  
  

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ARM in Fedora is all grown up! With the release of Fedora 20 are is considered a primary architecture meaning that it receives the same amount of attention that the x86 and x86-64 releases get. Fedora ARM officially supports armv7hl, and work on AArch64 is underway. To find out how to help or learn about other unofficial ARM ports read the ARM section of the wiki. Architectures/ARM