Alpine is a community supported operating system with continuous integration and extensive testing.

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Alpine Linux

Ansible is an open source project from a division of Red Hat. Ansible Tower is a graphical user interface for Ansible available with commercial support.

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Ansible

Armbian provides support for arm64 development hardware.

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Armbian Linux

CentOS is a community led operating system derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

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CentOS
Debian is a Linux distribution that’s composed entirely of free and open-source software.
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Debian

Docker is an open platform for developers & sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, datacenter VMs, or the cloud.

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Docker

Erlang has a CI system that ensures that every checkin is tested for aarch64, and official binaries for aarch64 are available through Docker.

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Erlang

The Fedora community support is sponsored by Red Hat.

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Fedora

FreeBSD is supported by the FreeBSD Foundation, which is dedicated to supporting and building the FreeBSD Project and community worldwide.

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FreeBSD

Gitea is a community supported project with full support on all platforms that support Go, including arm64.

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Gitea

GitLab has been compiled for arm64, but the port is not yet complete. Please chip in!

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GitLab

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