EndeavourOS is an Arch-based Linux distribution that offers almost vanilla and terminal-centric Arch experience, with the first stable version released on July 15, 2019, bringing a friendly GUI-based offline and online installer.
Now, the team has announced a new project that offers EndeavourOS for ARM computers, which is quite similar to the collaboration for EndeavourOS x86_64 and Arch Linux; the EndeavorOS ARM aims to provide same experience on devices running ARM (Acorn RISC Machine) based processors.
Albeit, EndeavourOS isn't the first Linux distribution to offer support for ARM processor architecture, as Linux distros such as Ubuntu, Arch Linux, and Manjaro, already provide images for ARM devices.
What to expect in EndeavourOS ARM Linux Distribution?
Although, there are no official information about the upcoming EndeavourOS ARM Linux Distribution, other than the announcement that the ARM distro will be launching on September 19, 2020.
However, the sneak peak that was shared by team members for the first Odroid-N2+ running EndeavourOS ARM (EOSARM) Linux Distribution, shows what it feels like running the OS on the ODROID-N2 which is a $79 hexa-core computer that uses the Amlogic S922X 12nm SoC, offering a quad-core ARM Cortex-A73 cluster and a dual-core ARM Cortex-A53 cluster with 4GB of 1320MHz DDR4 RAM.
And you will only be able to download EndeavourOS ARM images starting on September 19, 2020 from the new official website.
If you are a developer and would like to host a mirror, there are more information available here, and the guides that will help you with package and software development in Arch Linux ARM can be found here.