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Make a server at home on a Beaglebone Black and Fedora

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The Beaglebone Black is a small, low cost, ARMv7 machine that is capable of running Fedora proper. It is a open-source hardware single-board computer similar in concept to the popular Raspberry PI, but has a faster processor, all for around $45.

In a recent blog post, Nikos Roussos walks you through how to get the ARM version of Fedora up and running on a Beaglebone Black.

 

About Ryan Lerch

Ryan is an Interaction Designer that works on stuff for Fedora. He uses Fedora as his primary desktop, along with the best tools from the Libre Graphics world, notably, Inkscape.

1 Comment

  1. Cory Hilliard

    Thanks for posting this.

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