>> >> > I don't understand well, what everything I must do in order to create 
>> >> > bootable (micro)SD card or USB flash drive with Fedora.
>> >>
>> >> So I believe the instructions in the wiki for Fedora 25 Beta are quite
>> >> straight forward in the above wiki link but would love feedback.
>> >
>> > The tl;dr version: just dd the image to the sdcard and boot from it.
>> >
>> > /me is happy to see rpi support landing in fedora.
>> >
>> > Any hints on how making the touch display work (just output)?  I can see
>> > the initial boot messages, but at some point the display goes away.
>> What is the touch display? Is this the official Raspberry Pi 7inch add
>> on?
> Yes.
>> If so it's covered in the FAQ:
>> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Raspberry_Pi#Are_display_outputs_other_than_HDMI_supported.3F
> Yes, I know, vc4 can't deal with it yet.
> But simplefb does fine (without 3d accel of course), at least with my
> self-complied (mainline) kernels.  So I tried this:
>> > Trying to fix that by blacklisting vc4 (to make things continue on
>> > simplefb, due to vc4 not yet supporting dsi) doesn't work for some
>> > reason with the F25 beta image ...
> ... without success.

Not a usecase I've tried, have you tried blacklisting the vc4 module
in something like "/etc/modprobe.d/vc4.conf"? I don't have a screen to
test with but I'll test the general usecase without vc4 and update the

We might also need to add the touchscreen driver to the kernel. I'm
not sure what is in the HW from the touchscreen PoV, I'll see if I can
find out.

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