If you need to set up the most recent model of Ubuntu on the Raspberry Pi, you actually shouldn’t encounter any large drawback, because the OS has already been licensed for the pocket-size pc.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS obtained certification for the Raspberry Pi the identical day when it was launched, Canonical confirms, so all the pieces ought to work simply as anticipated out of the field.
In different phrases, Canonical ensures that it carried out “1000’s of checks” to ensure that Ubuntu is working simply flawlessly on the Raspberry Pi. And on the identical time, updates are imagined to roll out at an awesome tempo, with new enhancements and safety patches to go dwell each three weeks.
Any crucial vulnerability that’s found in Ubuntu for Raspberry Pi is fastened in simply in the future, Canonical guarantees.
And in fact, Ubuntu receives full help on the Raspberry Pi, identical to the desktop model of the working system.
“Full help additionally implies that Canonical performs steady regression testing on every Pi all through the lifecycle of the Ubuntu launch. We proceed to run checks to make sure an industry-grade normal of high quality. Hardware can solely be marketed as “Ubuntu Certified” if Canonical is bound it is going to ship essentially the most optimum consumer expertise,” Canonical explains.
Updates which might be launched for the Raspberry Pi are totally examined by Canonical builders earlier than they obtain the inexperienced gentle on each single model of the dev board that’s supported by the working system. This ought to technically be a assure that nothing would break down after putting in updates, which is one thing that’s super-important for each consumer on the market.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS comes with an extended collection of enhancements, together with WireGuard VPN, a extra resilient bootloader, SSH two-factor authentication, and final however not least, as much as ten years of safety, one thing that’s particular to each LTS launch.