Armbian 22.11 Jammy
Kernel 5.19.y, Size: 510Mb, Release date: Nov 30, 2022
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stable user space packages

Armbian 22.11 Jammy XFCE
Kernel 5.19.y, Size: 1326Mb, Release date: Nov 30, 2022
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stable user space packages

SPI bootloader update:

  1. Download the firmware file (.bin) and update script (.scr).
  2. Insert USB drive or card reader that is formatted as FAT32 or EXT2/3/4.
  3. Copy the firmware file and update script to the device.
  4. Rename the .scr file to “boot.scr” without quotes.
  5. Eject the drive from your computer and plug it into La Frite.
  6. Power on La Frite and it will start updating the firmware.
  7. Do not power off La Frite until the firmware update is complete!


USB Mass Storage Flashing:

  1. Connect La Frite to the host PC with a USB A to USB A cable
    • This is the USB connector closest to the IR sensor and 40 pin connector
    • The other will not work
  2. Connect a USB keyboard to the remaining port on La Frite
  3. While booting, press the <Esc> key to get the boot menu on the device
  4. Select “eMMC USB Drive Mode”.  La Frite will appear as a USB drive on the host PC
  5. On host PC, flash the desired image to the drive.
  6. Disconnect the USB A cable from La Frite (important), reboot

Other supported variants

User spaceInterfaceEUUSAAsiaTorrentKernelIntegritySizeRelease date
BullseyeCLI 5.19.ySHA  ASC437MNov 30, 2022
Bullseye Minimal CLI5.19.ySHA  ASC302MNov 30, 2022
JammyCinnamon desktop 5.19.ySHA  ASC1352MDec 1, 2022
JammyGnome desktop 5.19.ySHA  ASC1395MNov 30, 2022
Jammy Minimal CLI5.19.ySHA  ASC308MNov 30, 2022
* Looking for different or custom variant? Use Armbian build framework!
First boot takes longer. Please be patient!


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* Specifications differ from hardware revision, model and software support level



BASH or ZSH shell, standard Debian/Ubuntu utilities. Features can be adjusted with menu-driven utility. Login is possible via serial, HDMI or SSH.


Minimal, server or Desktop. We work with XFCE, Gnome and Cinnamon but more is possible to build: Mate, KDE, Budgie, Deepin, i3, …


No bloatware or spyware. Special utilities are completely optional. Suitable for newcomers and professionals.


Distributed images are optimized for flash media (SD/eMMC/SSD) and compacted to real data size.


Armbian is optimized on kernel and userspace level. ZRAM & ZSWAP support, browser profile memory caching, garbage commit delay.


Security level can be adjusted with the armbian-config. OS is reviewed by professionals within the community.


Maintainers and community have deep understanding how HW work. We are seniors with 30+ years of experience in Linux + embedded Linux.


Armbian provides open source build framework to build a distribution of optimised Linux hardware interface for armhf, aarch64 and x86.

We provide a selection of images that fits hardware best. If you need different image – use build framework and make whatever you need. Build framework relies on Debian and Ubuntu packages – you can build any combination – stable, old stable or rolling release.

Minimal images comes without armbian-config, armbian-zsh, build-essentials, Python, DKMS, … If you are interested in detailed comparison, CLI images also have those packages:

Make sure you have a good & reliable boot media (SD card / USB key) and a proper power supply. Archives can be flashed with Etcher (all OS) directly.

Insert the SD card into the slot, connect a cable to your network if possible or a display and power your board. (First) boot (with DHCP) takes a bit longer.

Support is provided in one of two ways:

Rolling weekly releases

     User spaceKernelIntegritySizeRelease date
Lunar CLI     rolling6.2.0SHA  ASC491MJan 29, 2023
Lunar minimal    rolling6.2.0SHA  ASC452MJan 30, 2023
Lunar XFCE desktop     rolling6.2.0SHA  ASC1357MJan 29, 2023
Sid CLI     rolling6.2.0SHA  ASC594MJan 29, 2023
Sid minimal    rolling6.2.0SHA  ASC469MJan 30, 2023
Sid XFCE desktop     rolling6.2.0SHA  ASC1324MJan 29, 2023

  • Debian testing or Arch - Manjaro support quality level
  • Untested automated builds for power users that are able to fix problems on their own
  • Images are receiving updates when master branch changes