Setting up a Physical Device

You will need either a serial console or HDMI monitor with USB keyboard to get started with the initial set.

Create a mSD card for either of the above devices with the following command:

Scripted

To install using arm-image-installer:

$ sudo dnf install -y fedora-arm-installer

To write the image out use the following:

$ sudo arm-image-installer

Usage: arm-image-installer <options>

   --image=IMAGE - xz compressed image file name
   --target=TARGET - target board
   --media=DEVICE - media device file (/dev/[sdX|mmcblkX])
   --selinux=ON/OFF - Turn SELinux off/on as needed
   --norootpass - Remove the root password
   -y - Assumes yes, will not wait for confirmation
   --version - Display version and exit
   --resizefs - Resize root filesystem to fill media device
   --addconsole - Add system console to extlinux.conf
   --addkey= - /path/to/ssh-public-key

Example: arm-image-installer --image=Fedora-Rawhide.xz --target=Bananapi --media=/dev/mmcblk0

For list of supported boards please check SUPPORTED-BOARDS file.

For the Raspberry Pi Model 3 B/B+ use:

--target=rpi3

For the Dragonboard410c use:

--target=dragonboard410c

Manual

Replace XXX with the location of your media. It will be sdX or mmcblkX depending on hardware.

xzcat Fedora-IoT-28-<BUILD ID>.aarch64.raw.xz | sudo dd status=progress bs=4M of=/dev/XXX

Serial Console

If you wish to use a serial console you’ll need to configure it. Details for the Raspberry PI are here.