the kernel or initrd you have listed on
does not seem to boot my new Pogoplug. The 188.8.131.52 for the GuruPlug
does (no initrd needed). Maybe the *plug from the "Targeted devices"
table should be more restrictive.
As the Pogoplug does not have a lot of troubleshooting capabilities
(no monitor or serial port), the cause of the non-booting is unclear
to me. I have setup u-boot with netconsole, but it only shows that the
kernel and initrd are getting loaded, after that, it stays quiet.
I will document the steps needed to install Fedora on a Pogoplug in
the wiki in the following days. Until than, some details can be found
on my blog at http://blog.nixpanic.net/2011/04/booting-pogoplug-with-fedora-arm.html