Ubuntu Groovy Gorilla available on Raspberry Pi 4

Ubuntu Groovy Gorilla available on Raspberry Pi 4
Today Canonical offers Ubuntu 20.10, a new version of the operating system called Groovy Gorilla (the official background in the images of this article). Among the novelties, the support for Raspberry Pi 4 stands out, which offers the possibility to install the platform inside the board so that you can enjoy a complete Linux desktop experience.

Ubuntu 20.10 "Groovy Gorilla" on Raspberry Pi 4

All you need is a 4GB RAM version of the hardware and a 16GB (or larger) microSD for installation and execution. Full compatibility with the new Compute Module 4 variant announced just a few days ago is guaranteed. Here are the words of Mark Shuttleworth, Canonical CEO, in translated form.

With this release, we celebrate the commitment of the Raspberry Pi Foundation to put open computing in the hands of people around the world. We are honored to be able to support the initiative by optimizing Ubuntu for the Raspberry Pi, allowing you to leverage it for personal use, educational purposes or to start a new business.

Calling all Groovy Gorillas! 📢 #Ubuntu 20.10 is just around the corner! ↪️ Time for some final testing before the release on Thursday. 🗓️

⬇️ Details below ⬇️ https://t.co/rBr4WCTnf7 pic.twitter.com/7XQyZUIWDJ

- Ubuntu (@ubuntu) October 20, 2020

Based on the Linux 5.8 kernel, Ubuntu 20.10 includes in its changelog news (compared to 20.04 LTS with kernel 5.4) such as the update to GNOME 3.38, better management of the WiFi connection, compatibility with the USB standard 4, a reduction in power consumption for PCIe-to-PCI devices and support for POWER10, Ice Lake, Tiger Lake and Zen 3 processors. Again, Firefox moves to release 81, LibreOffice to 7.0.2 and Thunderbird to 78.3.2 .

Source: Ubuntu

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