In this video, I show you how to install UBUNTU MATE on the Raspberry Pi 4 using the Ubuntu server image.
I recommend at least a Pi4 2GB board but 4Gb would be better in the long run.
You also need a high-quality Micro Sd card I recommend at least 32GB
All in all, Ubuntu-mate has been running amazingly on my Raspberry Pi 4 4GB model with a 2.0Ghz overclock I defiantly recommend at least trying it out for yourself.
OverClock Raspberry pi 4-
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