Apertis is a Debian derivative distribution geared towards the creation of product-specific images for ARM (both the 32bit ARMv7 and 64-bit ARMv8 versions using the hardfloat ABI) and Intel x86-64 (64-bit) systems.
Apertis v2023.1 is the second stable release of the Apertis v2023 stable release flow. Apertis is committed to maintaining the v2023 release stream up to the end of 2024.
This Apertis release is built on top of Debian Bullseye with several customizations and the Linux kernel 6.1.x LTS series.
Test results for the v2023.1 release are available in the following test reports:
- 2021 Q4: v2023dev0
- 2022 Q1: v2023dev1
- 2022 Q2: v2023dev2
- 2022 Q3: v2023dev3
- 2022 Q4: v2023pre
- 2023 Q1: v2023.0
- 2023 Q2: v2023.1
- 2023 Q3: v2023.2
- 2023 Q4: v2023.3
- 2024 Q1: v2023.4
- 2024 Q2: v2023.5
- 2024 Q3: v2023.6
- 2024 Q4: v2023.7
|Apertis v2023.1 images|
|Intel 64-bit||fixedfunction||hmi||base SDK||SDK|
|ARM 32-bit (U-Boot)||fixedfunction||hmi|
|ARM 64-bit (U-Boot)||fixedfunction|
|ARM 64-bit (Raspberry Pi)||fixedfunction||hmi|
Apertis v2023 package list
The full list of packages available from the v2023 APT repositories is available in tab-separated value (TSV) format for easy processing in spreadsheets:
Apertis v2023 repositories
deb https://repositories.apertis.org/apertis/ v2023 target development sdk
This is a point release in the stable cycle, only security fixes and small changes are appropriate for this release stream.
This release includes the security updates from Debian Bullseye and the latest LTS Linux kernel on the 6.1.x series.
Deprecations and ABI/API breaks
No known regressions.
No known deprecations.
No known breaks.
Apertis Docker images
The Apertis Docker images provide a unified and easily reproducible build environment for developers and services.
As of today, this includes the
Image daily builds, as well as release builds can be found at https://images.apertis.org/
The Apertis Image Recipes provides an overview of the image building process and the involved services.
- Issue #122 aum-offline-upgrade: test failed
- Issue #126 aum-offline-upgrade-signed: test failed
- Issue #127 aum-api: test failed
- Issue #128 aum-ota-api: test failed
- Issue #134 aum-ota-signed: test failed
- Issue #146 aum-ota-out-of-space: test failed
- Issue #167 aum-ota-auto: test failed
- Issue #190 aum-power-cut: test failed
- Issue #203 aum-ota-rollback-blacklist: test failed
- Issue #204 aum-rollback-blacklist: test failed
- Issue #328 Automated iptables-nmap test executes successfuly even
nmapdebian package not exists on apertis repository
- Issue #336 “lcov” source package: entry “Multi-Arch: foreign” missing in debian/control file
- Issue #339 Up Squared 6000 board fails to boot randomly
- Issue #341 sdk-debos-image-building: test failed
- Issue #345 Touch functionality is not working on LILLIPUT Display
- Issue #7 Crash when initialising egl on ARM target
- Issue #32 Gitlab pipeline OBS job reported “success” but OBS build was “unresolvable”
- Issue #36 dashboard: gnome-settings-daemon-data incorrectly flagged as missing the git repository
- Issue #39 grilo: test failed
- Issue #118 tiny-container-system-connectivity-profile: test failed
- Issue #246 tiny-container-user-connectivity-profile: test failed
- Issue #252 tiny-container-system-basic: test failed
- Issue #260 tiny-container-user-folder-sharing: test failed
- Issue #273 Debos build output hidden on GitLab job view can only be seen in the raw log file
- Issue #278 chksum report fail! logs are seen when enabling WiFi dongle on the R-Car boards
- Issue #326 OBS: The .asc files from the freetype sources are missing from the internal OBS “published” repositories
- Issue #329 ade-commands: test failed
- Issue #331 Frequent 504 Errors repeatedly causing pipelines to be marked as failed
- Issue #333 tiny-container-user-aa-enforcement: test failed
- Issue #337 flatpak-run-demo-cli-app: test failed
- Issue #342 tiny-container-system-aa-enforcement: test failed
- Issue #346 tiny-container-system-device-sharing: test failed