Actually Raspberry Pi is not suitable to run under GUI environment. The memory and GPU actually are not powerful for dealing with GUI software. But it is good enough for a command line interface. What do you expect? You can just regard it as a small linux VPS:).
But it is a little difficult to connect to Wifi via command line. All tutorial on Internet is about Raspbian instead of Pidora. I am really a big fun of Fedora and here is a simple way I found to connect wifi via Pidora command line.
- Boot up with GUI interface.
- Set up Wifi connection.
sudo rm /etc/sysconfig/firstbootin a terminal session.
- Configure your system to boot up with command line interface:).
Actually Raspbian can use the same method. But you have to use
sudo raspi-config instead.
Now you can connect your Raspberry Pi via SSH.