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"The Raspberry Pi does not have an ARM mcu with virtualization interrupts."

If you are using container based virtualization, it doesn't matter.

"The Raspberry Pi does not have an ARM mcu with virtualization interrupts."

If you are using container based virtualization, virtualization it doesn't matter. shouldn't matter, but I don't know if libvirt, which I think is used to manage LXC, has that as a pre-requisite.

But were libvirt not make that a requirement, it should be possible to use LXC where ever the kernel makes it possible.