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Will Lima support Raspberry Pi Raspbian OS?

I understand that you're working on a CLI for Linux. I'm assuming that this will support Ubuntu. Will it also support Raspbian? And what's the roadmap for releasing a fully functional app for Linux?

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I agree.

I am carrying RASP as portable computer to leave at the university where I am working, and use several RASPs for a workshop. Also as SMART TV interface at home. Would like to have access from RASP to my cloud.

Also other way round: would like to use RASP as a server, as NAS containing media center, old backups, and so on. The aim would be integrate that info into the cloud

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I second that. A Raspberry Pi running Raspbian (or some other OS) is a very useful and very energy efficient home server. It would be great to have Lima access from there. It has full Python support and probably just about every other library you might need. Compiling the Linux client for ARM should be easy.

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I received this answer in another thread: https://feedback.meetlima.com/topic/support-for-32-bit-linux

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Ok, since Karin closed this as answered, I will paste here the contents of Alons link:

Not only is the Raspberry Pi 32 bit, it is also an ARM CPU. As of now we have no clear plans for a release on this architecture (which does not mean we will never do it, but it is not planned as of today). Pierre

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