Install Ubuntu Server on a Raspberry Pi 2, 3 or 4

Running Ubuntu Server on your Raspberry Pi is easy. Just pick the OS image you want, flash it onto a microSD card, load it onto your Pi and away you go.

Download your Ubuntu Pi image

Raspberry Pi 2

Raspberry Pi 3

Raspberry Pi 4

Which image should I pick?

If you are wondering which download to pick, here are a few pointers on the options.

32 bit vs 64 bit


The Raspberry Pi 2 only supports 32 bits, so that’s an easy choice. However the Raspberry Pi 3 and 4 are 64 bit boards. According to the Raspberry Pi foundation, there are limited benefits to using the 64 bit version for the Pi 3 due to the fact that it only supports 1GB of memory; however, with the Pi 4, the 64 bit version should be faster.

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