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Purpose of Fedora Arm images environment

asked 2019-01-18 10:36:05 -0600

What is Arm images and explain about headless environment ?

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answered 2019-01-18 13:48:14 -0600

ARM images are for PCs which do not use the Intel x86 or x86_64 CPUs, but instead use CPUs from a variety of manufacturers which use Reduced Instruction Sets. ARM CPUs have been growing and improving since their introduction in the 1980s as part of BBC Micro computer designs, and over 100 billion ARM processors have been made. There are many Linux distributions for ARM.

A headless environment is software designed to run on a PC with mo mouse, keyboard, or monitor, which offers the system administrator the ability to control that PC from another PC with monitor, keyboard and mouse, almost always over a network. For example, a computer room equipment rack can hold hundreds of individual PCs, since PCs can be as small as one circuit card; if each of those rack or blade PCs needes a monitor/keyboard/mouse, that would take up much more room and use much more power.

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