If you want to self-host something at home using an ARM64-board running Linux, both and are excellent distribution choices.

Unfortunately, they officially support only very few ARM64-based boards. Yet, you can run these systems unmodified on a lot more boards - provided you manage to install them.

Want to know how to find out if your ARM64-board might be "unofficially supported"? Or how to master the installation? Then my new article is for you:



@kuleszdl Hi! I'm trying to follow your howto, I'm just a little confused with the partitioning. are you using 1) LUKS on partition 3 without LVM, 2) LVM on LUKS, or 3) LUKS on LVM? I end up with different labels than you no matter what I try.

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