We’re delighted to bring Ubuntu Desktop 20.10 to the Raspberry Pi 4, completing the Ubuntu family line-up for Raspberry Pi. We encourage you to try it out and give your feedback so we can continue to improve Ubuntu, desktop, server and core, on the Raspberry Pi.
In the video below, we introduce Ubuntu Desktop for the Raspberry Pi, how to set it up and get cracking.
If you prefer, here are tutorials to get you started too:
What applications do you want to see on Raspberry Pi?
While the vast majority of the Ubuntu archive is available for ARM devices, not all developers and ISVs publish ARM builds of their software in the Snap Store or their respective websites. Comment below to let us know what software you’re missing on Raspberry Pi/ARM that you’d most like to see made available and we’ll see what we can do.
What HATs are you using?
Raspberry Pi enjoys a rich ecosystem of HATs (Hardware attached on top) and we’re looking to expand the library of available HAT modules/drivers in Ubuntu over the coming months. Let us know which HATs you’re using in your projects so we can better understand where to prioritise our work.
Cameras, displays, GPIO, touch screens, USB accessories, and more. How has your experience been using your existing accessories and peripherals for the Raspberry Pi on Ubuntu?
What are you making with Ubuntu on Raspberry Pi?
Finally, show us that you’re using the Ubuntu Desktop on your Raspberry Pi, or what you’re using it for, for a chance to win some free Groovy Gorilla goodies. Be one of the first to fill out this form: https://forms.gle/h9wodaFLFYPGps8y6