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Armbian 24.2.1 Jammy CLI

Kernel: 6.6.16, Size: 483.6MB, Release date: Feb 13, 2024
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Stable user space packages

Armbian 24.2.1 Jammy Gnome Desktop

Kernel: 6.6.16, Size: 1.3GB, Release date: Feb 13, 2024
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Stable user space packages
    • Some eMMC modules might not work well.
    • Recent batch (since mid-2022) seem to have shipped with a different bootloader configuration, some times preventing booting from SD card and/or eMMC. Until a proper fix can be implemented, the recommended workaround is to install a bootloader to SPI. Further details and instructions can be found in this forum thread.

Stable releases

User space Interface URL Torrent Kernel Integrity Size Release date
Armbian Bookworm Cinnamon 6.6.16 SHA    ASC 1.3GB Feb 13, 2024
Armbian Bookworm Gnome Desktop 6.6.16 SHA    ASC 1.3GB Feb 13, 2024
Armbian Bookworm Minimal 6.6.16 SHA    ASC 304.1MB Feb 13, 2024
Armbian Bookworm XFCE Desktop 6.6.16 SHA    ASC 1.2GB Feb 13, 2024
Armbian Jammy Cinnamon 6.6.16 SHA    ASC 1.4GB Feb 13, 2024
Armbian Jammy I3-wm 6.6.16 SHA    ASC 1.3GB Feb 13, 2024
Armbian Jammy Kde-plasma 6.6.16 SHA    ASC 1.4GB Feb 13, 2024
Armbian Jammy Minimal 6.6.16 SHA    ASC 227.8MB Feb 13, 2024
* Looking for different or custom variant? Use Armbian build framework!
* Most of images are tested with test automation or by Armbian community or official maintainers.
While we try best possible to test provided images flaws can happen. If you experience issues please report those. Until we're able to fix latest builds stick to older images from our archive.


4GB 6 core 64bit battery bluetooth docker eMMC usb-c usb3 wifi wireguard Rockchip RK3399

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


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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 only with essentials and without armbian-config, armbian-zsh, build-essentials, Python, DKMS, …

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:

Daily / Rolling releases from CI pipeline

 User spaceKernelURLTorrentIntegritySizeRelease date
Armbian Noble XFCE Desktop rolling 6.6.18 SHA  ASC 905.3MBFeb 28, 2024
Armbian Noble XFCE Desktop rolling 6.7.6 SHA  ASC 879.1MBFeb 28, 2024
Armbian Trixie Minimal rolling 6.6.18 SHA  ASC 297.5MBFeb 28, 2024
Armbian Trixie Minimal rolling 6.7.6 SHA  ASC 312.2MBFeb 28, 2024

Rolling releases are suitable for Linux enthusiasts who want cutting edge packages and have the skills to fix damage that a bad update might cause. If you want stability in a production environment or low headaches as a novice user, skip rolling releases. They are only at, build and ship, Debian testing / Arch / Manjaro / Suse Tumbleweed / Kali / Gentoo support quality level!