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NoMachine for ARM - aarch64



Package size:

42.92 MB

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Fedora 26/27/28/29/30/31/32/33/34, RHEL 7/8, OpenSUSE Tumbleweed

Although your ARMv8 device may not be listed here, we encourage you to try the packages. Please consult the installation and configuration notes about Linux for ARM packages for more details about devices and specific distributions we have tested.

Downloading and Installing

  • RPM version
    1. Click on Download and save the RPM file.
    2. Install the package by using the graphical package manager provided by your Linux distribution or from command line by running:

      $ sudo rpm -i nomachine_7.10.1_1_aarch64.rpm
If you don't have the sudo utility installed, log on as superuser ("root") and run the command without sudo.
NOTE: click here for detailed instructions on how to install the NoMachine packages.

Getting Started

Install NoMachine on the connecting client and on the computer you want to access. See the guide for further details:
Don't forget to check out the other How-tos in the resources section of the website.

Recommended System Requirements

The software is designed to work on computers with minimal HW requirements. Although the software may work with inferior CPUs or reduced RAM, for best performance NoMachine recommends you match the listed requirements.
ARMv8 devices
  • Dragonboard 410c (Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400 Cortex®-A53 1.2GHz), Hikey 96 (HiSilicon Kirin 620 Cortex®-A53 1.2GHz), Nvidia Jetson Nano (ARM Cortex A57); Odroid-C2 (Amlogic S905), Orange Pi Win Plus (Allwinner A64 quad-core ARM Cortex-A53). If your device is not on this list, please contact us and also consult the article in our Knowledge Base.
  • ARMv8 SoC, Linux for ARMv8 (arm64/aarch64) distribution
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 105 MB free disk space
  • Network connection (either a LAN, or Internet link: broadband, cable, DSL, etc.)
  • A desktop environment must already be installed. For more information about default desktop environments, please read here.