OpenBSD/armv7 is a port of OpenBSD to various ARMv7 based systems.
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The current target platforms are Allwinner A10/A20/A33/A80, H3,
R16/R40, V40 (
sunxi), Freescale i.MX6/7 (
imx) and TI
panda). We try to
support most of the boards based on those SoCs. A list of supported
boards is in the supported hardware section.
There are still a fair number of things to do on each of these boards,
however OpenBSD is generally considered to be usable on them. The
platform is now self hosting, however there is no SMP support.
Networking is working on
and Allwinner A10/A20/H3.
imx, all devices based on Allwinner SoCs are referred to as
sunxi. The boards with an TI OMAP 3/4 SoC are subdivided into
beagle(for BeagleBoard) and
-soption of OpenNTPD may be desirable.
The latest supported OpenBSD/armv7 release is OpenBSD 6.5. Here are the OpenBSD/armv7 installation instructions.
Snapshots are made available from time to time, in this location as well as on a few mirrors. Here are the OpenBSD/armv7 snapshot installation instructions as well.