The Fedorator is a kiosk device for writing a live image of Fedora onto USB flash drives. It is intended to be used on Fedora booths.
It's a box with a touchscreen and two USB ports exposed. The basic use case is the user inserting a flash drive. The screen then provides a menu where the user may select a Fedora release, including the Workstation or Spins and Labs. Upon selection a bootable image is written onto the flash drive. The process takes about 3 minutes with a decent flash drive.
At the core of the Fedorator is a Raspberry Pi. There are instructions available for anybody wishing to build a Fedorator, as well as the source code of the software. The cost of one Fedorator is approximately 130 USD.
A workshop for building several Fedorators has taken place at Flock 2017.
Please add yourself to this list if you are possessing or managing a Fedorator.
- Sanqui (David Labský) (EMEA)
- Yn1v (Neville A. Cross) (LATAM)
- Robyduck (Robert Mayr) (EMEA - Italy)
- Till Maas (till) (EMEA, Germany, Aachen)
- Brian "bex" Exelbierd (bexelbie) (EMEA, Czech Republic, Brno) - 3 Fedorators
- Jona Azizaj (EMEA, Albania, Tirana)
- Ben Williams (East Coast USA)
Please also sign up for the Fedorator mailing list.