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    Ubuntu flavour for ARM64

    Hi,
    I am looking for ubuntu mate or xubuntu for arm, but I could only find ubuntu server 22.04 LTS and ubuntu 22.04 LTS daily build. I know I can change desktop environment after installation via terminal. However, is it possible to get ubuntu mate or xubuntu for arm?
    Thanks

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    Re: Ubuntu flavour for ARM64

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    Re: Ubuntu flavour for ARM64

    The flavor teams only have limited resources.

    You mention Xubuntu, which has offered a minimal install ISO that up till recently, was in threat of being dropped for AMD64 due to lack of testers willing to help QA (Quality Assurance) test it.

    Most people involved with flavors don't have ARM64 boxes, so couldn't test it even IF they had the time for the QA.

    More flavors are expected to have raspberry pi images available with 23.04 though (work on setting this up is occurring now!), which will be ARM64, but may not be exactly what you're after (if using apple or other brand hardware for example)

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    Re: Ubuntu flavour for ARM64

    Install server then install the desktop UI. Dead easy. I recommend LXDE for super lightness

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    Re: Ubuntu flavour for ARM64

    There is U-Budgie for R-Pi

    https://ubuntubudgie.org/downloads/
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