An anonymous reader writes: With work done by ARM and Linaro, there is now a bootable image of Debian/Ubuntu that works for AArch64, the new 64-bit ARM architecture. There's still some caveats and work ahead, but Linux is once again the first platform that has software ready to run on the new architecture when released. This 64-bit ARM Linux support also includes the ability to run 32-bit ARM software side-by-side.
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