I am posting here a link (https://bold.io/step-by-step-setup-of-a-raspberry-2017-12-18) to my detailed notes on how to configure Fedora server (minimal) and compile Tezos on a Raspberry Pi 3 model B. It works! but still more tuning is needed…
Here there is also an alternative link: https://app.classeur.io/#!/files/SNU3WznxglnaiV6BhviW
My apologies in advance if I won’t reply to all the questions or issues that may follow up this post. I am sure someone with more experience than me will come forward with good suggestions.
However I am interested to get feedback on your experience of running a Tezos node on a Raspberry PI 3 in particular about the working configuration, CPU resources allocated for the service and number of allowed peer connections.
I’ll try to revise the notes from time to time.
ps the link to the first platform (bold) is legit but no longer supported, the certificate is expired, that is why the warning about not secure connection even though it is safe (I think). In any case I am adding a third link in a follow up post.