This is my instructions for installing Arch Linux ARM on the internal eMMC storage of Marvell MACCHIATObin - an ARM64 Marvell ARMADA 8040 Mini-ITX mainboard.

I'm a bit bored with x86 domination. Intel all around, all my grown-up life. Or AMD, at best(/worst), which, being the same architecture anyway, has only reinforced Intel domination rather than provided a true alternative. While in the old days I enjoyed much more "digital diversity", as I recall it. The Z80, Motorola 8 bit and 16 bit on my home computers, next to my dad's Intel 8086. PowerPC or SPARC weren't unheard of. All different, fun, inspiring. Or maybe I'm just being a silly sentimental animal. Or maybe "things"/facts are still as diverse, only they differ from each other in a different way they used to. Or so it seems. Never mind, back to tech.