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Fedora CoreOS is an automatically-updating, minimal operating system for running containerized workloads securely and at scale. It is currently available on multiple platforms, with more coming soon.
A foundation for Internet of Things and Device Edge ecosystems.
Build, deploy, and manage your own applications with built-in Open Container Initiative (OCI) image support using podman or deploy containerized applications from popular public registries.
Reliable operating system
Fedora IoT uses <a href="https://ostree.readthedocs.io/en/latest/">OSTree technology</a> to provide an immutable operating system with atomic updates. With the greenboot health check framework for systemd, administrators can ensure the system boots into the expected state.
Security in mind
Security is important for IoT devices especially since they likely don’t have the security of a data center. With support for TPM2, SecureBoot, and automated storage decryption with Clevis, Fedora IoT is built with a focus on security.
Web-based provisioning
With the Ignition provisioning utility and Zezere web service, administrators can deploy and configure Fedora IoT in a scalable manner without needing a physical console.
Multiple architecture support
IoT devices use a wide range of hardware and with Fedora IoT your software runs on any device without major changes. Fedora IoT is built for x86_64, aarch64, and armhfp processors in the same way with the same versions across all architectures.
Support Resources
Specific documentation is available at the <a href="https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/iot/">Fedora IoT documentation page.</a>
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Users and developers are also available on the mailing list at
Users and developers are available in the <a href="https://web.libera.chat/?channels=#fedora-iot">#fedora-iot</a> IRC channel on <strong>irc.libera.chat</strong> for real-time chat.
Download the latest version of Fedora IoT Edition for your architecture here.
On ARM and having trouble booting? See <a href="%(link)s">Common Bugs</a>.
For x86_64: