LEAP: Linux for Enterprise ARM Platforms
The LEAP Project is a Linux software distribution specifically intended to showcase the capabilities of emerging 64-bit Enterprise ARM Server platforms under a variety of workloads. It has as its foundation an ARMv8/AArch64 build of the CentOS 7.1 sources, with various patches, backports, and package up-versioning as appropriate, plus additional benchmarking packages to enable the effective evaluation and demonstration of AArch64 server systems.
The LEAP software environment is very similar to enterprise Linux systems on traditional x86_64 servers, simplifying the task of transitioning workloads to ARM64 servers for evaluation.
- Release notes and installation instructions:
- Frequently Asked Questions about LEAP
- The software is available for download or installation from the download server.
- Discussions about LEAP are hosted on our Mailing Lists and on IRC.
- Find out latest news from developers on our Blog.
- Bug reports can be filed via Bugzilla
- The LEAP Build System will be publicly accessible via a Koji build system shortly.
- This web site is a Wiki:
- Show your support with LEAP Graphics.
- History of the LEAP Project
- LEAP Presentation given at FSOSS 2015
The LEAP wiki, download server, bugzilla system, and Koji buildsystem are all running on LEAP on ARM64 enterprise servers.