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Old 07-25-2016, 05:25 AM   #1
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Question How do stress tests with A64


I am doing one test with A64,i want to download some soft package to do stress test with my board ,but it use ubuntu 64-bit ubuntu file system,it is much more package that i cannot download and cannot do the test,who could give me some idea?
 
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I am doing one test with A64,i want to download some soft package to do stress test with my board ,but it use ubuntu 64-bit ubuntu file system,it is much more package that i cannot download and cannot do the test,who could give me some idea?
No one, I don't think, because your question is impossible to understand. What are you trying to accomplish, on what hardware with what version of ubuntu??? Ask a clear question, please.
 
Old 07-26-2016, 02:28 AM   #3
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No one, I don't think, because your question is impossible to understand. What are you trying to accomplish, on what hardware with what version of ubuntu??? Ask a clear question, please.
Hello,
I am using UbuntuCore which is 64-bit armhf format,i want to some test with my system, but i found that there are much more software that i cannot download such as vi/vim,so i donot know how to do much more stress test.

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Old 07-26-2016, 08:33 AM   #4
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I am using UbuntuCore which is 64-bit armhf format,i want to some test with my system, but i found that there are much more software that i cannot download such as vi/vim,so i donot know how to do much more stress test.
Still have no idea what you're asking.

Saying "i want to some test with my system" is meaningless. And WHY can't you download anything? What have you done/tried? What are you typing in, what are the results? What kind of hardware (64 bit armhf is meaningless). If you want a stress test, there is (amazingly enough) a utility called 'stress'. In the Ubuntu repositories...install it.
 
  


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