Last week we covered the introduction of new 64-bit ARM
architecture support to the Linux kernel. ARM processors
have a reputation for low energy usage and have gained
widespread use in embedded systems and hobbyist projects
like the Raspberry Pi.
So where can fans of ARM processors go to find distributions
which support their favourite architecture?
The Arch, Debian, Fedora and Ubuntu projects each get a nod.
Users interested in Slackware are also in luck. Are you running Linux
on ARM? Let us know which distribution you are using in the comments