The test image 4 link at the top?macpi wrote:Hello I have just started with my Pi and while browsing distro's I noticed this one, fedora remix.
There is an installer with a link on the site. What is not clear to a new user like myself is this.
Is this installer run natively on the PI or is the operation done on a desktop PC like my raspbian image ?
Thanks for your time
I installed this August 4th release of Fedora Remix 17 today. It does not work as well as the earlier release. Few errors seen during boot up and then while trying to run yum update in terminal mode keyboard and mouse ceased to work at some stage. Tried running yum update within Fedora Remix 14 in the hope that system will upgrade to remix 17 but that seem to be going back to old Remix 14 repositories. Gamandy-w wrote:I've just tried this image, back to hanging after the USB mouse & keyboard. The previous test image got past this, so seems to have gone backwards. Using a SanDisk Ultra 8gb.
The login is the “user name” and the “ password” that you set on graphical installer screen.Mr.Dave wrote:Unable to pass Time Zone, error keeps appearing saying "failed to set date and time"Managed to get to a login screen, what is the login ?
Chris Tyler is aware of this problem and Test image 5 is coming up that should address some of these issues
For those who are stuck in this loop, disconnecting the power to the Pi and restarting will allow you to get pass this loop, as the location change is saved from the first attempt.
Also it's not possible to run:warning error cannot write pid file
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sudo yum update