On 31 Jan 2013 02:04, "Sean Omalley" <omalley_s(a)rocketmail.com> wrote:
I think he means something like the pogoplug mobile that was 17 bucks
week from jr.com
But the last supported release for armv5 will be fedora 18.
However, there are none on that list that are officially supported.
our cheapest entry level supported board is what about 100 bucks?
There's a f18 remix image for the all winner a1x devices and we're working
to improve that style of support. I suggest the best cheap device with a
level of support that will only improve is the $49 cubieboard. Its more
capable that the RPI in every way.
The raspi isn't even officially supported.
And is unlikely to be, while the user space of the xorg driver is
technically open it needs a lot if work to be useful within Fedora.
----- Original Message -----
> From: Chris Tyler <chris(a)tylers.info>
> To: Frank Murphy <frankly3d(a)gmail.com>
> Cc: arm(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
> Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 9:59 AM
> Subject: Re: [fedora-arm] Arm Board Reccomends
> On Wed, 2013-01-30 at 10:43 +0000, Frank Murphy wrote:
>> What would you recommend as a small-cheap board,
>> that would be supported into the future with Fedora.
>> (Couple of years at least)
>> Rasperry-PI seems to be out due to sfp.
> It depends on your criteria for "small" and "cheap". There
> will be a Pi
> remix/rebuild (armv6hl) from us (Seneca) later this quarter. The next
> smallest/cheapest board that has some of the Pi qualities (easy
> accessible GPIO/I2C/SPI, for example) is the CubieBoard: Allwinner A10,
> 1GB RAM, Sata, 10/100 eth, $50-75. The smallest really fast board will
> be the Armbrix in a couple of months.
> Note that none of these are actually on the current Fedora ARM supported
> board list, but they all work pretty well :-)
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