Linux ARM IDE 1.8.7 won't start

I'm trying to get the latest version of the Auduino IDE on to an NVIDIA Jetson Xavier (a single-board computer which runs Ubuntu 18.04 and has an ARM CLU). I've downloaded the Linux ARM version of the IDE, unzipped the file, copied what came out to the /opt directory, and run the file. Yet when I try to run the program, the Arduino icon appears in my system tray for a couple seconds, then disappears without anything launching. When I go to the install directory and run the command ./arduino, I get the error:

./arduino: line 35: /opt/arduino-1.8.7-r1-linuxarm/arduino-1.8.7/java/bin/java: No such file or directory

...except when I go to the install directory, there actually is a file at /opt/arduino-1.8.7-r1-linuxarm/arduino-1.8.7/java/bin/java. My research has pulled up a couple examples of the installed IDE refusing to launch, but not in any context comparable to what I'm going through. Does anyone know what's going on here? Thank you.

I believe the Jetson is a 64 bit ARM but the Linux ARM release of 1.8.7 is for 32 bit ARM only. Luckily, they have been doing a lot of work to add support and there is an experimental hourly build for Linux ARM64. You can download it from the software page at the "Linux ARM64 (experimental)" link:

Thank you, that version appears to be working properly.

You're welcome. I'm glad to hear it's working. Enjoy!