Here are the first images to kick-start testing armhfp and (experimental) aarch64.
You can download a image for the Raspberry PI here
This boots on a Raspberry PI 2 /3 /3+ and 4
An experimental (1) image for aarch64 is also available here
To get some traction on aarch64 it will boot on U-Boot based boards supported by recent mainline kernel, which includes a Raspberry PI 3 and 3+.
(Note for the RPI you are much better of with the 32bit kernel /OS !)
Be patient @ first-boot: on a RPI 2 it took near 4 minutes to finish the system-init (on RPI 4 just 1:40 though…)
nethserver’s gpg-key is not imported properly. After you finished first-config- wizard, you can import those by running :
yum makecache -y
While you are on the command prompt anyways you may want to expand the rootfs to use the hole SD_Card by running :
Nethserver-cockpit awaits testers! (please share your results here)
yum --enablerepo=nethserver-testing install nethserver-cockpit
Nethserver-cockpit is released in 7.7 updates and awaits feedback/contributions!
yum install nethserver-cockpit