Armbian 22.11 Released With RISC-V 64-bit UEFI Build Support, New Arm Boards

Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 5 December 2022 at 03:00 PM EST. 9 Comments
Armbian 22.11 is now available as the Debian/Ubuntu-based Linux distribution popular with ARM development boards and supporting a wide range of hardware from different vendors.

With Armbian 22.11 now supported is the Banana Pi M5, ODROID M1, and Rock Pi 4C Plus Arm boards -- on top of the dozens of Arm single board computers already supported by this Linux distribution.

Outside of all the Arm work, Armbian 22.11 also adds RISC-V 64-bit UEFI build support to the distribution given the growing number of RISC-V single board computers coming to market.

Armbian 22.11 also improves support for the existing Rock Pi 5 single board computer, adds "ultra minimal" images for software deployment purposes, and other changes. Armbian has also enabled community images with a weekly release cycle.

Downloads and more details on the Armbian 22.11 release via
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