A statement from the company said Collabora Online was now available for devices like the Raspberry Pi which use the 64-bit ARM platform.
"This enables tens of thousands of Raspberry Pi users to turn their Pi 4 into a self-hosted content collaboration and document editing solution in minutes," Nextcloud said.
"With the growing availability of 64-bit ARM devices in the enterprise server space, larger organisations are also set to benefit from the availability of this platform."
- Two USB 2.0 or 3.0 flash drives (2GB minimum)
- A Raspberry Pi 4
- A Mini HDMI to HDMI cable
- A monitor with VGA or HDMI interface
- A VGA or HDMI cable
- A USB keyboard and mouse
- A network connection with Internet access
- An Ubuntu 20.04 LTS desktop image
A comprehensive tutorial is available on the Ubuntu website.