Xentara v1.0
User Manual
System Requirements



Xentara requires a Linux-Capable system with one of the following processor architectures:

  • 64 bit Intel or AMD processors
    Examples: Intel Xeon, Intel Core i3, i5, i7, and i9, AMD Ryzen, and AMD Athlon processors
  • 64 bit ARM processors supporting the AArch64 state of ARMv8-A
    Examples: Raspberry Pi 3 and 4, other systems and SOCs based on the Cortex-A30, A50, A70, and X series of processors (except Cortex-A32), systems based on Neoverse processors, and systems based on Qualcomm Snapdragon, Samsung Exynos, Microsoft SQ, and Apple Silicon SOCs
  • 32 bit ARM processors with harware floating point support (ARMv7-A with at least VFPv3)
    Examples: Systems and SOCs based on Cortex-A7, A8, and A9 processors, systems and SOCs based the Cortex-A32 processor


Xentara is supported on the following Linux distributions:

Xentara will also run on many other up-to-date Linux distributions, but this is not supported by embedded ocean Gmbh unless you obtain written approval beforehand. Running Xentara on unsupported Linux distributions without written approval from embedded ocean Gmbh is not permitted. If you are considering getting approval for an unsupported distribution, note that Xentara requires at least the following to run:

(To check the Linux kernel version, execute the command uname -v in a terminal.)
  • glibc version 2.31 or higher
(To check the glibc version, execute the command ldd –version in a terminal.)
(To check the libstdc++ version, check that the file name of the library is libstdc++.so.6.0.28 or greater. Note that libstdc++ is technically a part of the GCC compiler collection: libstdc++ version 6.0.28 is part of GCC version 9.3.0 and later.)
  • libatomic version 1.2.0 or higher
(To check the libatomic version, check that the file name of the library is libatomic.so.1.2.0 or greater. Note that libatomic is technically a part of the GCC compiler collection: libatomic version 1.2.0 is part of GCC version 6.1.0 and later.)


Under Windows, Xentara requires a 64 bit Intel, AMD, or ARM system running Windows 10, Windows 11, or newer.