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The default precompiled kernel available for Odroid U2/U3, which comes from Hardkernel's 3.8.y tree, might not include some of the important, to us, features. Of course Hardkernel's sources are Open Sourced, which means you are free to go with its customization.
Recently I've bought an Odroid U3 peace of hardware, which is fueled by an Exynos-4412 (Quad core) application processor, providing a 2GB LP-DDR2 RAM and, for 3D graphic, Mali-400 GPU.
So, the first thing after U3's arrival, I wanted to install a Linux Fedora 20 on my microSD card, but on LUKS-encrypted LVM with the ability to unlock it remotely via SSH. And here we begin...