The raspberry project has recently released a 64-bit operating system.
Then I decided to build MPD backports for this new architecture as well.
But only Pi 3/4 and Pi Zero 2 boards support this new operating system. Then I’ll try to maintain armhf builds to support Pi 1/2 which are still useful for many use cases and more than enough to run MPD as well :)
As mentioned in the worth reading tomshardware.com article, “ The new, 64-bit operating system doesn’t use software from the Raspbian project at all, instead taking its “userland,” the part of the OS that floats above the Kernel, from Debian arm64. ”
Then I’ll expose arm64 build within debian namespace instead of the raspbian
namespace used so far for armhf builds. It means you can use regular
deb.kaliko.me to install backports on 64-bit arm64
Raspberry Pi OS:
For 32-bit armhf architecture use rapsbian backports:
deb.kaliko.me for the exact content of the source list and its setup.
To identify the current system architecture run:
Any comment, advise, feed back, help are welcome :)