I've since spotted a couple of things that need correcting (nothing
big just a spelling mistake on the cmdline.txt), and I've changed how
I do a few things. I'm waiting to see if I get a response to a couple
of bug reports before I post the final versions.
I think it's the first time a fully automated ubiquity has been used
on the pi. The arm64 version is currently unique in *ubuntu.
For those who don't like the idea of downloading something from a
complete stranger (quite right too), I've updated the Ubuntu raspberry
pi wiki - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/RaspberryPi - so you can install
xubuntu 18.04 via official installation media. Let me know if
something is wrong/needs changing with that, but of course it would be
better if you could make the updates yourself!
I would be interested in this, but only for 64-bit Xubuntu 18.04. I only want 64-bit OSes. I have a Pi 3 which I've been meaning to wipe soon so I'll gladly test it out. Feel free to post a link to it once you've finished it.