I have an Ubuntu Server (32-bit) running on a Raspberry Pi. Is it possible to transfer this OS to a normal 64-bit server so that I do not have to install all the running services from the beginning? How?

  • No, not a chance.
    – NickT
    Jan 17 at 10:06
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    and I would advice to create a post install script that adds all the extra functionality you need so you do not need to do this manually.
    – Rinzwind
    Jan 17 at 10:08

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No. They are entirely different CPU architectures. Raspberry Pi uses the ARM architecture. The software on a Raspberry Pi is not compatible with the x86-64 architecture on "normal" 64-bit hardware.

You will need to reinstall.

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