On MacOS, I can't run the Fedora installer python script as there are too many unsatisfied dependencies that are not easy to install (e.g. PyQt).

Rather than troubleshooting how to install python libraries on my Mac, I'd like simple pointer to the Fedora disk images and instructions on how to write these using dd (as per the other RPi distros).


As of writing, this is not possible. The Remix's Wiki says that you can download the image from the Foundation's website. However, it has been removed since the original image was buggy, with the recommendation that you use the Debian image instead.

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  • I can't find a source for why the image was removed. Anyone? – Alex Chamberlain Jun 25 '12 at 15:42

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