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You Can Now Install 64-Bit EndeavourOS ARM on the Raspberry Pi 4

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EndeavourOS founder Bryan Poerwo announced today that there’s a new version of the EndeavourOS ARM installation script that lets you install the Arch Linux-based distribution on several SBCs, which now offers a 64-bit installation option for Raspberry Pi 4 models.

This is possible thanks to the use of the 64-bit kernel from the official Raspberry Pi OS developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The 64-bit installation option is available alongside the 32-bit installation option and adds support for USB storage devices and the Linux 5.15 kernel series.

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EndeavourOS Now Available On ARM Platforms Like Raspberry Pi 4

  • EndeavourOS Now Available On ARM Platforms Like Raspberry Pi 4

    There’s no denying the fact that 2021 was a fantastic year for all things open-source and SBCs like the Raspberry Pi. Pop!_OS, one of the best Linux distros, was made available for the Raspberry Pi and retro gaming got better thanks to Lakka 3.0. Also, researchers devised a way to detect malware using Raspberry Pi with 99.82% accuracy.

    And we’re excited to report that we’ve started 2022 with a high note, thanks to EndeavourOS developers. EndeavourOS ARM is now available for Raspberry Pi 4, Odroid N2/N2+, and the Odroid XU4.

Fake news

Fossbytes doing what they do best... (after making themselves famous by stealing all of my articles from Softpedia)... not fact checking anything they write (it's a miracle they are still in Google News - probably they paid a lot of money). EndeavourOS ARM was launched back in September 2020 The recent news was about just a minor update to offer 64-bit installations on the Raspberry Pi 4... Jesus Christ!!!


I've long hated, publicly condemned, even deleted Fossbytes. Thanks for reminding me that they have not improved at all.

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Shilling Microsoft's proprietary software today

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