I had trouble finding information about Fedora aarch64 to learn from others' experiences with it.  If it makes sense to move much of the above discussion to a new thread about "Fedora aarch64 on Raspberry Pi", I'd be all for it and would add more as I get more experience.  There are an awful lot of RPi's in the world, and for those of us interested in Fedora on the Pi, a focal point would be useful. 

On 2/14/18 12:50 PM, Peter Robinson wrote:
On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 5:47 PM, Tom Callaway <tcallawa@redhat.com> wrote:
On 02/14/2018 11:55 AM, Peter Robinson wrote:
Either way this is _WAY_ off topic of this thead
On this point, I'd disagree. The RPI hardware is rather ubiquitous, so
having this discussion here (and, thus, in a searchable place), is
on-topic IMHO. :)
On topic for this list sure, they capabilities of graphics/aarch64 etc
on low end hardware is not really on topic for the 4,15 rebase, it's
ongoing etc... It could easily be a dedicated thread which would make
it even easier to discover than buried in a 4.15 rebase thread ;-)