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Getting Started with Cubieboard by Olliver M. Schinagl

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Getting and preparing Fedora

There have been several releases of Fedora for the A10, A10S, A13, and A20 series of SoCs. As this book focuses on the most recent version, Fedora 20-r1, the latest version is recommended. Additionally, if fails, Fedora 20-r1 can be written to an SD card, which can be used as a recovery boot disk. The first step in this endeavor is to download this disk image. About 2 GB of free disk space is required.

Fedora for this chapter can be downloaded from the Packt Publishing website in the Help & Support section of the book's Support page.

The next few steps assume that there is a Linux computer available. If this is not the case, the preinstalled OS on the Cubieboard can also be used; while a little bit trickier, it should ...

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