Raspberry Pi owners can now take advantages of the Fedora Linux distribution on their Raspberry Pi devices using Pidora, developed by the Seneca Centre for Development of Open Technology (CDOT).
Pidora is the fifth remix of the Fedora for Raspberry Pi. In this new version Pidora takes full advantages of the support for ARMv6 processor in Fedora 18. ARMv6 architecture is used by the ARM11 processors. In addition Pidora provides almost all packages via yum, programming environment for languages like C, Python and Perl.
Pidora installation guide is provided on the Open Source@Seneca wiki page. After installation Pidora offers firstboot configuration tool and many other features. More information can be obtained from the Pidora project homepage.