Last intent: Timeshift (see log attached) Timeshift install 200426.log (6.6 KB)
Tried 12 different installing methods, including Ubuntu repository. There the most software is outdated.
Couldn`t install for example
Brave - may be for the ARM architecture
RawTherapee: outdated version 5.3 in the repository, doesen`t work, newer version impossible to install.
DarkTable: outdated version, newer version impossible to install.
Gimp: outdated version in repository, after 2 days of work I got the newest version working.
VLC: after a Day of work I got it running, but doesen`t support 4k, likeTotem, that comes with the JetsonPack
FireFox: intents without result so long
and so on.
Some one a hint?
I do not know for this case which release is compatible with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, perhaps the release versions are unrelated to this and you’d simply want the latest 19.x release, or perhaps only an older release works on this if 19.x is for one of the desktop releases on the bleeding edge. Regardless, I see many of these are “.deb” packages, and that none of them are for “arm64”. It may be that the “.tar.xz” version can be compiled natively on the Nano for source form…don’t know. An example you could experiment with: http://ppa.launchpad.net/teejee2008/ppa/ubuntu/pool/main/t/timeshift/timeshift_19.08.1-0~201908111351~ubuntu19.10.1.tar.xz
Otherwise you would have to ask for the author or packager to support 64-bit arm64/aarch64/ARMv8-a. Since 32-bit armhf shows up, perhaps they would have that interest.
Thank you very much. Ill work through this. Its a long list!
I already suspected that it has to do with the arm-architecture.
But that was the reason to buy the Jetson nano, to experiment with this architecture.
First lesson learned: seems that there isn’t a lot of “normal” software for this architecture. Not jet.