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Yes! You can download the aarch64 disk images for the Raspberry Pi 3 link:https://archive.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora-secondary/releases/[here.]
Yes. Yes. It's supported using the new upstream CEC support. There's a `/dev/cec0` character device, it can be accessed using any application that supports the IR remote using the `rc-cec` keymap in the `v4l-utils` package, there's also a `cec-ctl` utility for use on the command line.
Yes. New enhancements will be delivered by the standard Fedora updates mechanism. New, significant features will be announced by the link:https://fedoramagazine.org/[Fedora Magazine] or the link:http://fedoraplanet.org/[Fedora Planet].
Yes, basic SPI is supported.
Yes, basic I2C is supported.
Work on the official Raspberry Pi Touch Display is ongoing upstream and initial support is provided in the 4.10 kernel, see: link:https://github.com/anholt/linux/issues/8[GitHub: raspberrypi/linux issues - 7" LCD touchscreen not supported]. Fedora will review any missing pieces for support soon. The touchscreen driver isn't yet released upstream. Support for other displays is not currently planned.
Will there be more enhancements to the hardware support?
Wifi on the Raspberry Pi 3-series devices works out of the box with Fedora 29.
Why do I get a rainbow display when I try and power on my Raspberry Pi?
Where: `_$SSID_` is the network identifier (or name).
What USB devices are supported on the Raspberry Pi?
What desktop environments are supported?
What about support for the Raspberry Pi Models A/A+, B/B+ (generation 1), Zero/ZeroW and Compute Module?
*Using Wi-Fi on CLI*
To wire up the USB to TTL adapter follow link:https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruits-raspberry-pi-lesson-5-using-a-console-cable/connect-the-lead[this guide from Adafruit]. You'll need a 3.3 volt USB to TTL Serial Cable like link:https://www.adafruit.com/product/954[this one from Adafruit].
To use Wi-Fi on minimal and server images you can configure the device using command line:
To list available networks:
To enable the serial console follow the specific steps for the Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 as they both differ slightly:
To connect to a network:
The use of config.txt