On Sun, Mar 7, 2021 at 5:53 PM Matthew Miller <email@example.com> wrote:
> 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 wiki are just outdated?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 No, they're not out of date.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).
I would prefer if the support status remains unsupported until all the
bits are there for the average user. The rest of the details should
already be up to date.
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