A few Pidora-specific tidbits here:
http://techcrunch.com/2013/05/23/fedora ... pberry-pi/
Chris Tyler wrote:Pidora contains a number of Raspberry Pi-specific Python modules and native libraries, such as WiringPi, bcm2835, and python-rpi.gpio. The kernel is also compiled to expose the Raspberry Pi interfaces such as I2C, SPI, serial, and GPIO, and several of these can be accessed with /sys file interfaces (even from bash) without using any special libraries or modules. In addition, Pidora contains Raspberry Pi-specific utilities and libraries for access to the Broadcom Videocore IV GPU.
Nice to see a dedicated Pidora homepage, but it still imo rather reliant on the opaque and spartan wiki. Hopefully a few real-world, pragmatic users (who expect stuff to just work
) will help push a bit of evolution regarding human - readable documentation and other communication, bug tracking and handling and general "customer service" stuff. Not much point spending all that time and money building something and then keeping it so "exclusive":
http://blog.chris.tylers.info/index.php ... forms.html