Ubuntu supports the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3.
Get started with an Ubuntu Server image for a familiar development environment.
How to flash Ubuntu on Raspberry Pi
Use Ubuntu Core when you are ready to move to a production environment.
Flash Ubuntu Core ›
Package your applications as snaps for security and easy updates.
Install and use Snapcraft ›
Ubuntu is at the heart of many smart devices – from edge computing and wearables to autonomous vehicles and drones.
For fast iterations on your software and hardware stack, we recommend you install Ubuntu Server on your board.
When you are ready to deploy more advanced prototypes or a production environment, running your snaps on Ubuntu Core is the best option. Snaps are confined for stricter security and provide automated software updates so your app is always fresh and never broken.
From the simplest servers to powerful hyperscale servers and the cloud, Ubuntu Server can scale to fit all your needs. Ubuntu runs on x86, ARM and Power architectures and comes with all the tools you need to manage at scale.
Daily server builds for the upcoming release are available for testers and early adopters.
Whether you are a beginner or a skilled developer, we recommend you install and test your software on the stable version of Ubuntu Desktop.
Daily desktop builds for the upcoming release are available for testers and early adopters.
With Ubuntu Make, you can easily install the latest stable version of the most popular IDEs, regardless of your language and technology of choice.