> Am 24.01.2022 um 08:36 schrieb Peter Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> With Fedora 35 as well as current rawhide the list of supported devices displayed by arm-image-installer is a subset of boards supported in /usr/share/arm-image-installder/board.d and /usr/share/uboot. That' s a bit irritating, at least for new users.
>> Is this intentional due to a special meaning of „supported" or rather lack of updating?
> A little bit of both. Some devices we build the firmware but we don't
> necessarily have the ability to test them, some are so similar to
> other devices we can be confident they should be OK, others we can't
> actively test.
Wouldn't it be more concise to use --installables instead of --supported and show a directory listing of /usr/share/uboot? And at the top (maybe repeated at the bottom) a reference to the different status and the table at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM/Fedora_Linux_35?
(And no, I don't want to give plain "good advice" on what others should work on. I could contribute to edit the table, monitor and try to collect additional information, if there is agreement on this. I'm already doing a lot of documentation for Server.)
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