CHAPTER 2

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Installing Fedora

You now know all about the hardware on the Raspberry Pi and have all the parts you need to get it up and running. You may have even already got a version of Linux installed. Most likely you have installed the Debian port known as Raspbian. Raspbian is fine and has all the latest fixes and it’s also the easiest to install. I prefer to use Fedora because I deal with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) each day at work and it makes it a little easier for me. I am not that familiar with Debian so I feel I can offer you more with Fedora. However, I am not going to force you to use any particular Linux distribution. You are ...

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