I finally managed to get the image to the card and successfuly run it.
Maybe it's beacuse new version was released (25 Beta 1.1), because I tried
all ways you suggested. (And yes, I was on Fedora wiki before, like on all
RPi pages from F18, nothing helped me.)

So, now I have:
OS: Fedora 25 Server Beta 1.1
FORMAT: compressed *.raw file
INSTALLATION: decompression
dd bs=4M if="/path/image.raw" of=/dev/mmcblk0; sync

However it runs anaconda installation at the beginning, so it can't be fast
deployed like other RPi OS distros. Either way it need configuration, so I
will make my own image later.

The second thing is, that it feels like it runs slow - comapared to
Raspbian or CentOS I tried on the same RPi3B.
Is it just a feeling or it is something known?

Thanks for replies!

On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 11:27 AM, Peter Robinson <pbrobin...@gmail.com>

> >> >> > 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"?
> >
> > Yes.  Even tried to remove vc4.ko from the filesystem, suspecting that
> > blacklisting didn't work for some reason.  Didn't help.
> I suspect then something is getting powered off because it doesn't
> think it's needed. Will investigate.
> >> 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.
> >
> > For touch to actually work yes, driver from rpi tree @ github must be
> > ported over.  IIRC it's connected via i2c.
> >
> > Display output doesn't need the touch driver though.
> Sure, but I wasn't sure exactly what you were after.
> Peter


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