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Is that Fedora running on a Raspberry Pi?

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“Why, yes it is! To be exact, it’s a Fedora Remix running on a Raspberry Pi."

That was a popular exchange at the Fedora booth during this year’s Ohio LinuxFest. The iconic Model B Raspberry Pi, running Fedora Remix and proudly displaying the Beefy Miracle fireworks on a XFCE desktop, was drawing lots of attention.

As OLF attendees quickly discovered, using the desktop requires a little extra patience since the libraries aren’t (yet) optimized for the hardware. But, don’t underestimate this board.

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