'Fedora 29 is released today. Among the new features are the ability
to allow parallel installation of packages such as Node.js.
Fedora 29 also supports ZRAM (formerly called compcache) for ARMv7 and
v8. In addition to the more efficient use of RAM, it also increases
the lifespan of microSD cards on the Raspberry Pi as well as other
"Additionally, UEFI for ARMv7 is now supported in Fedora 29, which
also benefits Raspberry Pi users," reports TechRepublic. "Fedora
already supported UEFI on 64-bit ARM devices."'
-- source: https://linux.slashdot.org/story/18/10/30/229249
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