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NOTE: The default Ubuntu display manager is gdm. Some desktop environments require the lightdm display manager. You may need to switch the default display manager when switching desktop environments

Screen Sharing and VNC

You can share the desktop by enabling Screen Sharing in the GNOME desktop settings. You first need to install the vino Vino package. More details can be found at the following page:

If you’d rather run a more traditional VNC server with support for multiple virtual desktops instead of sharing the primary desktop, you can refer to the following guide:

Understanding CMA Usage

Many of the Xilinx designs, particularly those that leverage the Xilinx Video Codec Unit (VCU), make extensive use of Contiguous Memory Allocator (CMA) in the Linux kernel.