Borg ARM builds


Currently there are automated builds for three different versions of ARM hardware:

ARMv5 / ARMv4t


Borg 1.1.10

13.76MiB
This version is built for 32Bit-ARM CPUs without a Floating-Point-Unit (ARM v4t and v5).

A lot of NAS devices are using this type of hardware.
wget https://dl.bintray.com/borg-binary-builder/borg-binaries/borg-1.1.10-armv5 -O /usr/bin/borg
chmod a+x /usr/bin/borg

ARMv7 / ARMv6


Borg 1.1.10

13.58MiB
This version is built for 32Bit-ARM CPUs with a Floating-Point-Unit (ARM v6 and v7).

A lot of modern ARM boards and devices ship with a floating-point unit (FPU). This includes Raspberry Pis and some powerful NAS devices.
wget https://dl.bintray.com/borg-binary-builder/borg-binaries/borg-1.1.10-armv6 -O /usr/bin/borg
chmod a+x /usr/bin/borg

ARMv8 (or ARM64)


Borg 1.1.10

13.94MiB
This version is built for modern 64Bit-ARM CPUs (ARM v8).
Examples include modern smartphones or the Pine64.
wget https://dl.bintray.com/borg-binary-builder/borg-binaries/borg-1.1.10-arm64 -O /usr/bin/borg
chmod a+x /usr/bin/borg

Frequently Asked Questions

Which version should I choose?

There is probably only one version that's going to run on your device. Run uname -m and choose the version that's named similar to the output.

Which dependencies do I need?

These binaries should work on the specified platform without installing any dependencies except for libc.
You can find more information about how to use them in the borg documentation.

How can I check the authenticity of the binaries?

All binaries are signed with PGP key A96A45C9.

Where can I submit bug reports or feature requests?

Please open an issue here.

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