Goodday all. I own a Jetson Nano and am currently using it via Chromium to access Microsoft Teams for my daughter’s online learning during lockdown. My work laptop is pretty restrictive. Is there a way to install the ms teams app for Linux on the Nano so I can join meetings? If this works my intention is to get a usb webcam. This functionality doesn’t work with Chromium.
Non-AI related post so please feel free to move to correct forum. I am a Linux newbie.
I briefly went to their web site and found downloads only for desktop PC or mobile. In the case of “mobile” I think this is Android only since the only way a download is allowed is by providing the telephone number of the device. Someone else may know better, but I suspect Microsoft would have to release an Ubuntu on arm64 version (this would be just like the Linux “desktop” release, but compiled for the new architecture).
Your use case is very interesting:-)
I don’t think Microsoft provide their app with arm linux version.
There is x86 version only.(Webcam not working on Microsoft Teams, installed via snap - Ask Ubuntu)
Per this page, ms team only officially support 4 browsers.
And camera sharing is not available on other browsers.
But unfortunately, Jetson nano seems can’t use these 4 browsers.
So it seems not a good choice to use nano.
Thank you for the quick responses. I have upvoted a similar Microsoft Teams UserVoice request for an Ubuntu on arm version
Make sure it is for 64-bit/arm64/aarch64. “arm” is older 32-bit.
Thanks Linuxdev. I have clarified arm64. The thread seems to be gaining traction so hopefully ms gives it some attention