Nikolas FalcoThank you for looking into this!
Looking around JVM use aarch64 for ARMv8 and as per plugin documentation ARMv8 is not supported
I guess my issue is a feature request then.
ARMv8 is the same as aarch64 in practical terms I believe (can confirm that my R. Pi 4 declares itself as aarch64 and runs NodeJS' ARM64 builds just fine.
neither by NodeJS 14 distribution.
See above regarding aarch64 and ARM64 being the same (in practical terms)
Recent SUSE 12 version supports aarch64.
Ubuntu also, if that helps.
I do not know if aarch64 means arm64.
See above. Basically: yes, it does.
I do not have a Raspberry 3+ for test.
Understandable. What I can offer in terms of help is the testing of the plugin on my Raspberry Pi 3 and 4 if someone were to implement the feature being requested here. Of course I do not know how feasible that is without the person writing the code having access to an R. Pi. Maybe they can use other machines, like something provisioned in the cloud that also has an ARM64 arch, just guessing here.