I’ve downloaded the “Fedora-Workstation-Live-aarch64-37-1.7.iso” image and checked the image > it’s ok.
I tried to burn it with Balena Etcher. When loading the image i got a “partition missing” error
. I can flash the image but i get the “unable to read partition fat” error message (see below).
I tried with the Fedora Media Writer : it writes the image but when booting on the Pi, i got an “unable to read partition fat” error :
Is the F37 Arm Image broken or do i miss something ?
I have a 16Gb Micro SD working (i can reinstall raspbian on it without any trouble).
Try downloading the raw.xz image and writing it to the sd card using fedora’s arm-image-installer.
I never have a problem using the raw image, but can when I use the iso image.
Hi Jeff, thx for your Help.
I’ve tried f36 in raw.xz and it takes hours to boot…(i’ve tried on two different sd card, as i thought it might be damaged, but no…) I’ve given up. I’ve switched to Ubuntu.
It’s really too bad. I love my fedora on my Notebook, but clearly le RPi is not the priority (and i can understand it)… But i cannot spend hours in building a working Pi…
Thanks anyway !
I’ve tried f36 in raw.xz
Whatever distro works for you is good.
But why F36? Support for RPi4 has been improved starting from Fedora Linux 37
Sorry for digging up an oldish post, just saw this under my related topic, and I know the problem.
The Raspberry Pi 4 (and anything else older) is not “SBBR compliant” as they say. In effect, it can’t just boot a UEFI USB image (the AArch64 ISO).
However it can load U-Boot (used by Fedora aarch64 raw img) or pftf UEFI and they can boot it.