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Is it possible to run ARC on windows 10 in a virtual box running in linux ubuntu 18.04?
I was wondering becuase i was thinkn of investing in the nvidia Xavier which runs linux and is an extremely versatile in mobile applications, i want to use ARC and ez robot to learn coding with the c# and learn enough intil i feel it save to switch to the Xavier side, ARC and ezbv4 is the fastest way to use for beginners and intermediate and the Xavier is great for intermediate to professional and if i can learn c# then i can learn traditional c and then assembler to use in industrial usage later, sorry in ask so many questions but im trying to move into another career in as fast as possible and self taught to avoid over paying a vocation school for worthless results.
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DJ you have both Lattepanda and Upboard, for $89 versus $120/$100(16GB) isn't the Lattepanda the winner ?
Just watched the UP board video, very impressive for $99.00 - I am happy he tried Debian Linux in his example, check it out
Latte Panda $89
LattePanda 4G/64GB - a Win10 Development Board (without Win10 product key
DFRobot price $89, ships from Shangai, a DHL packet is never less than $25 plus extra costs, versus $10 from Digikey/Mouser.
Thanks, I am aware of Virtualbox. In fact, it is what I use on a daily basis for ARC (see post #1 of this thread)
Host Hardware CPU: Intel x86, Intel x64, Amd x64 (ARM is not supported e.g. Raspberry PI, NVIDIA and other ARM boards)
Support for Virtualization: Not all Intel CPUs support virtualization, please check the vendors websites.
Host Operating System: Windows, Linux, MacOS
Guest (Virtual Machine) Operating System: Windows
Virtualization Software: VirtualBox, VMWare, Parallels
Host/Guest Hardware: Intel x86, Intel x64, Amd x64 (ARM is not supported e.g. Raspberry PI, NVIDIA and other ARM boards)
Operating System: Linux (Obviously)
Feedback: posts# 21, 22, 24, 25, 28, 29
Recommendation: Runs with several problems, not recommended and not supported
So, ARC may be slow sometime when many functions are open and work at the same time, even if the PC have the minimum specifications.
Overall, quality of the screen is also less optimal....
That is what I use
I'll move the ARC mono posts to the Raspberry PI thread:
OK, good idea. Thanks.