according to Installing on Linux using OTP releases - Akkoma Documentation aarch64/arm64 and armv7 releases are available, but further down on the page Installing on Linux using OTP releases - Akkoma Documentation tells only about amd64 (aka x86_x64).
So, which flavours do we have actually?
Only whatever is in the “Detecting flavour” section: https://docs.akkoma.dev/stable/installation/otp_en/#detecting-flavour
I think the mentions of arm flavours are leftovers from Pleroma which did have arm builds.
+1 on aarch64 OTP builds if possible, would make it much easier to install it on a Pi or on Oracle Cloud’s Always Free Tier powerful ARM VPS.
i have attempted this, but oracle have zero arm capacity in my region
so this cannot happen in the near future
Hetzner now have arm64 vps, and have twice the ram/cores for the same $ as an x64 vps. The smallest one does anyway, which is what I tried. I ended up using Fedora37 and 38 as it came out while was mid setup, and did a source build and it was a rocket compared to x86 even being on the other side of the earth to me.
edit: I misread your comment about oracle and arm. Ah well.
thanks for the hetzner hint
done, merged into develop