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July 16, 2021 at 07:37 in reply to: Problem installing NoMachine for Ubuntu MATE #34486VladVorkoczParticipant
Small success I guess.
I decided to install latest Ubuntu 21.04 64bit once again (available from RaspberryPi Imager).
uname -m showed me (same as Manjaro) ‘aarch64’ as my arm CPU.
cat /proc/cpuinfo = BCM2835 (revision:d03114)
Then I download NoMachine ‘ARMv8…DEB’ file but this time I decided to use GDebi tool to install my DEB package.
And all went pretty good. Finally NoMachine was installed on my Raspberry Pi 4b (rev 1.4, 8GB).
After few tests must say NoMachine works pretty stable on Ubuntu 21.04 64bit. And a lot faster then on RaspberryOS 32bit. Now will do more tests from Windows and Ubuntu 18.04 under VPNs etc. Hope it will run smooth as well.
Another thing I noticed that one of my core is running 100% full even if Raspberry is in idle mode (no applications running).
That 100% core is changing in time. Once it is 1st core, then 2nd, then 3rd then 4th…in cycle.
I see this on ‘htop’ and ‘System Monitor’… but there is no process running at 100% CPU. Another interesting issue to solve.
Thanks for your help Carin!July 15, 2021 at 13:49 in reply to: Problem installing NoMachine for Ubuntu MATE #34471VladVorkoczParticipant
Thank you so much for all those tips. Already tried that. This is what I did.
Download and installed RaspberryOS 32bit and use various commands to identify my CPU, it showed me ARMv7l.
ARMv7l is 32bit CPU. I installed NoMachine on that OS and it worked fine. No issues except extreme lagging.
But, Is it possible to have 32bit ARM CPU on Raspberry Pi 4B 8GB ?
So, I installed latest Majgaro ARM for RaspberryOS …and checked my CPU again… and guess what it showed ARM64.
How is that possible?
I couldn’t install NoMachine on Manjaro using DEB package.
Will dig more into this. I’m shure the explanation should be somewhere. Or on the Raspberry side or NoMachine.
Did anyone try to use latest Ubuntu 21.04 (64bit) with NoMachine?