Standard support
* More about support definitions, criteria and relationships


Armbian 24.5.1 Bookworm Minimal

Kernel: 6.6.31, Size: 283.2MB, Release date: May 24, 2024
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Stable user space packages

Armbian 24.5.1 Noble XFCE

Kernel: 6.6.31, Size: 1.1GB, Release date: May 24, 2024
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Stable user space packages

Stable releases

User space Interface URL Torrent Kernel Integrity Size Release date
Armbian Bookworm XFCE 6.6.31 SHA    ASC 1.1GB May 25, 2024
Armbian Jammy CLI 6.6.31 SHA    ASC 437MB May 24, 2024
Armbian Noble CLI 6.6.31 SHA    ASC 386.3MB May 25, 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.


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


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.
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 Bookworm Minimal rolling 6.6.31 SHA  ASC 292.6MBJun 11, 2024
Armbian Oracular XFCE rolling 6.6.31 SHA  ASC 771.4MBJun 11, 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!