Fedora 37 will have official support on Raspberry Pi 4 devices
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Fedora 37 will have official support on Raspberry Pi 4 devices.
A month ago we reported on the new Fedora 37 proposal: official support for the Raspberry Pi 4 , and now that the proposal has officially passed, the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo) has now signed off “official” support for the Raspberry Pi 4.
With open source OpenGL and Vulkan support, the latest Raspberry Pi boards are compatible with Fedora Workstation.
As the proposal passed, Fedora began focusing on support for the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B as well as the Raspberry Pi 400 and Raspberry Pi CM4 Compute Modules.
But the lack of corresponding accelerated graphics support is still a big issue, and the latest milestone on this issue is Raspberry Pi 4 V3D DRM/KMS driver support.
On the other hand, there are still upstream issues around WiFi support for the Raspberry Pi 400, the Raspberry Pi CM4 is not necessarily suitable for Fedora desktop use, but more suitable for edge/IoT/embedded.
And some device support (for example, around audio) may have problems, and we need to see Fedora’s next optimization actions.
For live information on Fedora 37’s official support for the Raspberry Pi 4, see the Fedora Wiki .
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