Actual "working" 64 bit distro
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Are we going to get an "actual" working 64 bit ARM Linux distro working?

e.g. I'm hoping Debian - my ISP hosts 64 bit ARM debian repos... that's what I want...  I don't wanna hunt around for source or obscure binaries...  

I don't wanna hack away with Arch...  fuck that shit...  21+ years ago hacking x86 i386 kernels for ethernet?  FUCK THAT SHIT...
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What do you mean by actual working ?
There are Arch and Ubuntu images available. They use old BSP kernel (3.10.65), however they give you usable, working Linux environment.
check the thread:
http://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=376
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(03-16-2016, 07:28 AM)UnixOutlaw Wrote: Are we going to get an "actual" working 64 bit ARM Linux distro working?

e.g. I'm hoping Debian - my ISP hosts 64 bit ARM debian repos... that's what I want...  I don't wanna hunt around for source or obscure binaries...  

I don't wanna hack away with Arch...  fuck that shit...  21+ years ago hacking x86 i386 kernels for ethernet?  FUCK THAT SHIT...

If you interested in Debian Jessie you might check this.
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