I have created a Fedora 23 image for Hummingboard/Cubox-i. I will also create a Fedora 24 image as soon as it is released.
wget https://googledrive.com/host/0B1Z2aFriRL5PUGpzMHRVbDBNYU0 -O Fedora-Minimal-armhfp-cubox-i_hb-23-10-sda.raw.xz
The MD5 hash of this file is aa854909d5e3c9f76a964635b9c4f790
I have created 2 Fedora 21 images for the HummingBoard and Cubox-i. http://vps1.mkreder.com/Fedora-Mate-armhfp-21-5-sda.raw.xz MATE http://vps1.mkreder.com/Fedora-LXDE-armhfp-21-5-sda.raw.xz LXDE I will create a XFCE based image too, soon. In order to extend the root filesystem on this image, you need to run:
fdisk /dev/location-of-your-fedora-arm-media << EOF
e2fsck -f /dev/location-of-your-fedora-arm-media3
More information about Fedora on these boards can be found on this github page
Last month I was gratefully surprised by an email from Germany. Someone had seen my blog (yay!) and was interested in sending me a Cubox-i or a HummingBoard for free (double yay!). It was hard to make the call, but I decided to request a HummingBoard, mainly because of the GPIO socket (General Purpose Input-Output). GPIO allows you to connect different electronic components to play with them and do robots and other cool things. After several months and several hours doing paperwork in Customs, I finally got it. Compared with the Raspberry Pi, the HummingBoard has more RAM (1GB versus 512MB), and more CPU (2 cores versus 1) and it also includes a SPDIF audio output. Very grateful with the[…]