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Well I am fully aware of the packages available but sadly none of them provide what I need. Now to get things clear, I found a Korean company (Odroid x as far as I remember) which makes single board computers which run either Android or Ubuntu; however, I'd like to get Fedora running on one. It has 2 GB RAM and an 1.6 GHz quad-core CPU which should be enough to run GNOME.

How on Earth do I do that!?

I know Fedora 17 offers ARM support, but that only offers Xfce. I can most probably install GNOME desktop over it but for some reason I don't feel very optimistic about that solution. Am I at least on the right track? And if not; suggestions?

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This is probably better directed at the ARM enthusiasts over at fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM – vonbrand Feb 4 '13 at 13:12
Check whether openSUSE could be an alternative for you. – peterph Feb 4 '13 at 14:32
Fedora 18 for ARM was recently announced, and I can't find anything saying it is a somehow cut down version. Have you tried that? – vonbrand Feb 25 '13 at 16:51

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