On Sun, Mar 07, 2021 at 05:28:24PM +0000, Peter Robinson wrote:
> > On the other hand, I tried writing a Fedora image onto an SD card and
> > booting an RPI 4 from it and it worked flawlessly. So maybe the docs and
> > wiki are just outdated?
> No, they're not out of date. By working flawlessly you don't outline
> the hardware options you tested. There's still issues with USB on some
> devices, WiFi on some devices, accelerated video and related things on
> any device. The enablement of various components on the device is
> improving but we're not at a point where actually it does actually
> "work flawlessly" which for a lot of newbies is a problem and causes a
> lot of support requests of the maintainer (AKA me) and hence why it's
> still not "officially supported"
Ondřej -- if you'd like to document the current status of what works for you
and help keep it up to date as things change, I'm sure that would be
appreciated (and help take some of that work off of Peter).
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