How to Install Ubuntu Server on a Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is the best-known single-board computer. Initially the scope of the Raspberry Pi project was targeted to the promotion of teaching of basic computer science in schools and in developing countries. .

Its low cost portability and very low power consumption made the models far more popular than anticipated. From weather station to home automation tinkerers built so many cool projects using Raspberry Pi. .

The 4th generation of the Raspberry Pi is equipped with features and processing power of a regular desktop computer. But this article is not about using RPi as desktop. Instead Ill show you how to install Ubuntu server on Raspberry Pi.

In this tutorial I will use a Raspberry Pi 4 and I will cover the following.

Youll need the following things for this tutorial.

I have used Ubuntu for creating Raspberry Pi SD card in this tutorial but you may follow it on other Linux distributions macOS and Windows as well. This is because the steps for preparing the SD card is the same with Raspberry Pi Imager tool.


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