Hello @Nico ,
Sorry if my post gave the impression that we recently stopped building for ARM. Building for ARM ceased back in 2013. As CentOS 7 wasn’t released until 2014, no CentOS 7 RPMs have ever been built with ARM support. The repo John included appears to be for a different ARM architecture than what the Raspberry Pi supports and likely wouldn’t work (even if CentOS 6 wasn’t EOL). Even if you could find a way to get it to work, you’d likely be installing an incredibly outdated set of components for InterWorx. And as John alluded to, it would be an entirely unsupported setup.
Looking through our historical information regarding the old ARM builds and Raspberry PIs, I’m not even sure the build ever worked on Raspberry Pi(s). Our internal documentation regarding deploying InterWorx on Raspberry Pis provides information on how to setup the Pi and then in a section labeled “Installing InterWorx” there is a giant warning that just says “THIS METHOD DOES NOT YET WORK.” As such, I find no indication that the previous ARM builds ever actually worked on Raspberry Pis.
All this information together points to the fact that installing a modern version of InterWorx on a modern OS on the ARM platform is likely entirely impossible.
I will absolutely pass on the requests that we get for ARM support up the chain of command, but it’s tough to envision InterWorx’s stance on ARM support changing with only a handful of requests.