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$ growpart /dev/mmcblk0p4
$ xfs_growfs -d /
_Additional Resources_
A power supply (link:https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/faqs/#power[details here]).
A USB keyboard and USB mouse.
Booting Fedora on a Raspberry Pi for the first time
Connect a keyboard, mouse, network cable, and monitor.
Enlarge the 4th partition (this example uses mmcblk0).
Follow these steps to boot Fedora ARM on your Raspberry Pi. If your MicroSD card does not have enough room, you need to resize the main partition after the initial setup. See <<resizing-the-main-partition-of-the-microsd-card-after-setup_{context}>>.
Follow these steps to resize the partitions for Fedora ARM on Raspberry Pi:
Follow the wizard to set your language, timezone and to create users.
For assistance or support, see:
For information on configuring Fedora, including installing programs and updates, see: xref:f{MAJOROSVER}@fedora:system-administrators-guide:index.adoc[Fedora Docs: System Administrator’s Guide]
HDMI-compatible Monitor or TV.
Insert the SD card into the Raspberry Pi.
irc://irc.freenode.net/#fedora-arm[IRC via the #fedora-arm channel on Freenode]
link:https://ask.fedoraproject.org/[Ask Fedora]
link:https://lists.fedoraproject.org/admin/lists/arm%40lists.fedoraproject.org/[Fedora ARM mailing list]
Minimum 2.5 Amps for the Raspberry Pi Model B, version 3.
Minimum 2 Amps for Raspberry Pi Model B, version 2.