why2

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  1. Why do we need to have different port of Armbian for each ARM Chip (e.g. M1, Rockchip RK3288, Samsung Exynos 5422)? There is Ubuntu for ARM https://ubuntu.com/download/server/arm, and I can install it on any kind of ARM SoC can't I? At least for VM, I can use this Ubuntu for ARM image. For x86_64 like Intel and AMD Ryzen processors, we have the same Ubuntu image. I'm a little bit confused.
  2. What a great news. Thanks for sharing @Igor! That Hector Martin works full time to port Linux to M1.
  3. Thanks, I can copy files to the UTM folder now. But I have another issue now. After setting the UTM and importing the image file (.img from the .img.xz file), I see an error "Error trying to start shared directory: The file couldn’t be opened because it isn’t in the correct format.". I set the interface to virtIO. Do I need to add a new second drive? You wrote "make sure spice-vdagent is installed". However, `brwe install spice-vdagent`doesn't find the app or library.
  4. Thanks @lanefu , I can mount UTM and see the Contents folder. However, the volume drive is mounted in read only mode, so that I can't copy u-boot.bin to the folder. /Volumes/UTM/UTM.app on /private/var/folders/ns/bkcwhmm106j0_scbdvv_x29c0000gn/T/AppTranslocation/7DABB818-AE48-4EBF-9012-FF45CF3B9602 (nullfs, local, nodev, nosuid, read-only, noowners, quarantine, nobrowse, mounted by User). How can I mount the folder with read-write?
  5. OK, more than a year is too long for me.
  6. @lanefu awesome work and well done! What can I do with the wip file? I would like to try your work. Do you have any step-by-step guide to start the Armbian VM?
  7. @Igor I have time to support you. I see a potential to make Armbian run on M1. However, I need more hints what to do or check.