Fedora on Raspberry Pi
The link:https://www.raspberrypi.org[Raspberry Pi] is a credit card-sized ARM based single board computer (SBC). The Raspberry Pi Model B versions 2 and 3 are supported for Fedora 25 or newer, without any requirement of third party kernels or scripts to adjust offical images. This documentation describes how to get started, and includes a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section at the end of the document about what is supported, and what is not.
Raspberry Pi Model B, version 2 or 3.
A power supply (link:https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/faqs/#power[details on raspberrypi.org]).
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.
SD card reader.
A microSD Card (16 GB or larger).
A computer running Microsoft Windows, macOS, or Linux.
A Fedora ARM image from: link:https://arm.fedoraproject.org/[].
The procedure for installing Fedora ARM on a microSD in preparation for using Fedora on a Raspberry Pi depends on your computers' operating system (Microsoft Windows, macOS, or Linux).
For Fedora users, see: <<installing-fedora-on-a-raspberry-pi-using-the-fedora-arm-installer_{context}>>.
For users of other Linux distributions, see: <<installing-fedora-on-a-raspberry-pi-for-linux-users_{context}>>.
For Microsoft Windows users, see: <<installing-fedora-on-a-raspberry-pi-for-microsoft-windows-users_{context}>>.
For macOS users, see: <<installing-fedora-on-a-raspberry-pi-for-macos-users_{context}>>.
Additional Resources
The most up-to-date information can be found on the link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM/Raspberry_Pi?rd=Raspberry_Pi[Raspberry Pi page] of the Fedora Wiki.