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This was supposed to be out at the beginning of the month. Anyone have any ideas when this will actually release?

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According to the official download page for Raspberry Pi Images, the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 is compatible with 32-bit images.

See:

Install Ubuntu on a Raspberry Pi

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I got it to boot Ubuntu 20.04 arm64 using the instructions at https://waldorf.waveform.org.uk/2021/the-pi-zero-2.html and the comment about uboot_rpi_3.bin.

In summary, you have to:

  1. copy the device tree file cp bcm2710-rpi-3-b.dtb bcm2710-rpi-zero-2.dtb
  2. skip uboot by adding
[pi0]
kernel=uboot_rpi_3.bin

after [pi3] in the config.txt.

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