Posted by Ars Technic on September 22, 2018 07:17:11 ARM’s newest processor architecture, the Cortex A53, is a departure from the ARM-v2 architecture, which had been the foundation of many embedded Linux systems.
ARM has moved to use a much more complex stack and has developed its own kernel.
But there are still plenty of similarities between the two.
For example, the architecture and stack are similar, so you’ll need to know how to use both to build a modern Linux system.
Here’s how to build an ARM Linux system with the Cortex-A53 kernel.