> I remember asking about the PandaBoard ES on this list +two years ago,
> if I'm not mistaken, and from the replies I've got at the time, I had
> the impression some bits were still missing and others were not 100%..
> But, I could be wrong...
We're mostly pretty good right now. Mine is running F-24 Alpha XFCE
without issue conntected to a TV with audio via HDMI.
> So, I'm curious, two years later anyone running current Fedora/ARM on
> a PandaBoard?
> Does everything work now? (built-in WiFi?).
I have mine connected to wired ethernet but the wifi comes up in a "ip
l" list and with kernel 4.5 and the firmware that ships with F-24 it's
not going through the firmware crashing issue that it use to for me so
it looks better than I've ever seen it.
3: wlan0: <NO-CARRIER,BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP> mtu 1500 qdisc mq state
DOWN mode DORMANT group default qlen 1000
link/ether de:ad:be:ef:00:00 brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
> I do not care much about its useless GPU with closed driver and no
> accelleration support from FOSS drivers, so spare that part ;)... I
> wanted to use it as DNS/Cache and maybe WiFi monitoring...
For XFCE it works fine in that regard, not far but sufficient. HDMI
audio works, not tested analog out/in but I plan to test the later
shortly for the project i have for it. I know the GPIO user button
isn't working but I know the general issue there and when I get a
moment I'll finish the patch I have to make that work. I've not looked
Overall on F-24 XFCE I've found it very stable for my usecase.
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