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Booting Fedora on a Raspberry Pi for the first time
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}>>.
Raspberry Pi Model B, version 2 or 3.
A power supply (link:https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/faqs/#power[details here]).
Minimum 2 Amps for Raspberry Pi Model B, version 2.
Minimum 2.5 Amps for the Raspberry Pi Model B, version 3.
HDMI-compatible Monitor or TV.
A USB keyboard and USB mouse.
Insert the SD card into the Raspberry Pi.
Connect a keyboard, mouse, network cable, and monitor.
Plug the Raspberry Pi into the power source. The "Initial setup wizard" should appear after Fedora loads.
Follow the wizard to set your language, timezone and to create users.
The system displays a login prompt or getting started guide (depending on your Desktop/SPIN).
_Resizing the main partition of the microSD card after setup (if required)_
Follow these steps to resize the partitions for Fedora ARM on Raspberry Pi:
Enlarge the 4th partition (this example uses mmcblk0).
$ growpart /dev/mmcblk0p4
Resize root partition for the server image (which uses xfs).