Just wondering if anyone thinks it would be possible to install fedora 31
on a Pinebook Pro? (aarch64) I have nothing against debian but I find
working in a red hat environment easier and more useful with my job. Seems
like a nice little laptop with a decent amount of ram. Any ideas on how to
get started would be much appreciated if its even possible.
I did install fedora 31 (beta) on a raspberry pi 3b which I still have.
Would it be similar process? where you dump an image onto a sd card with a
command line tool? (arm-image-installer) Or would I just create a
bootable usb disk with the aarch64 iso file? At first I guess I'd want to
use an external drive to hold fedora so as to not mess up the pre-install
debian until I know what I'm doing.