Fedora 26 to Get Bluetooth Support for Raspberry Pi SBCs with Linux Kernel 4.13

The developer works on Raspberry Pi support for Fedora Linux in his spare time, and, for the Fedora 26 cycle, he managed to add a bunch of goodies that would most certainly please all those who want to run Fedora on their tiny Raspberry Pi SBCs. In fact, support for Raspberry Pi landed since last year’s Fedora 25 release. But the Fedora 26 release, which saw the light of day in early July this year and was powered by the Linux 4.11 kernel by default, seems to finally enable Wi-Fi support for the Raspberry Pi 3 model, better HDMI audio and video support, better Composite video support, HAT support, and SD card performance improvements.