Arch Linux ARM
Unlike Arch Linux, which is aimed at x86 CPU's (IA-32 and x86-64), Arch Linux ARM is aimed at low- and high-end ARM CPUs. On the low end there is support for ARMv5 platforms like plug computers and OXNAS-based ARMv6 Pogoplugs.
On the higher end, there is support for:
- ARMv7 first generation Cortex-A8 platforms, such as the BeagleBoard or Cubieboard
- ARMv7 second generation Cortex-A9 and Tegra platforms, such as the PandaBoard or TrimSlice
- ARMv7 third generation Cortex-A7 and Cortex-A15 platforms, such as the Cubieboard2, Odroid XU, Samsung Chromebook (series 3) or Samsung Chromebook 2
However, Arch Linux ARM can run on any device that supports ARMv5te, ARMv6h or ARMv7 instruction sets.
- Arch Linux for ARM processors
- git repository for arch linux arm
- linux-arm news
- Larabel, Michael (January 13, 2012). "Arch-ing ARM: Running Arch Linux On The NVIDIA Tegra 2". Phoronix. Retrieved July 3, 2013.
- Kanasoot, Michael (June 27, 2013). "Supporting the Arch Linux ARM Development Team with Komodo IDE". ActiveState. Retrieved July 1, 2013.
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