Fedora Server 36 VGA output on a Raspberry Pi 3b

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Was hoping to add a bit of test coverage, and ran into a strange issue.

The beta Server compose[0] boots, but there is no VGA output after the initial rainbow, u-boot, GRUB, and "Booting..." text (using an HDMI->VGA adapter) on a Raspberry Pi 3b. Cockpit works so boot clearly succeeded.

Fedora Minimal for the same compose[1] works as expected with text based initial setup appearing over VGA.

Is this a known issue or intended behavior? I couldn't find anything in Bugzilla.

[0] - https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/compose/36/Fedora-36-20220311.0/compose/Server/aarch64/images/Fedora-Server-36_Beta-1.1.aarch64.raw.xz [1] - https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/compose/36/Fedora-36-20220311.0/compose/Spins/aarch64/images/Fedora-Minimal-36_Beta-1.1.aarch64.raw.xz
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