2 comments for “Fedora returns to the #RaspberryPi with Pidora

  1. AndrewS
    23 May 2013 at 1:49 pm

    To be pedantic, it’s hardfloat “enabled”, not floating-point-enabled. The old version of Fedora-on-Pi was also floating-point-enabled, but it was using the less efficient softfloat ABI rather than the faster hardfloat ABI.

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