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Raspberry PI [message #44413] Sat, 07 March 2015 20:45 Go to next message
Wolfgang is currently offline  Wolfgang
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Hi again, after long long time ago I already started a topic with upp + raspberry pi... but i ran out of time and the topic silently disappeared.

Now I want to try it again to use upp on the raspberry pi, someone maybe have already done this and could tell me? If not I would start again to try it by myself...

best regards,
Wolfgang
Re: Raspberry PI [message #44414 is a reply to message #44413] Sun, 08 March 2015 09:37 Go to previous message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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Wolfgang wrote on Sat, 07 March 2015 20:45
Hi again, after long long time ago I already started a topic with upp + raspberry pi... but i ran out of time and the topic silently disappeared.

Now I want to try it again to use upp on the raspberry pi, someone maybe have already done this and could tell me? If not I would start again to try it by myself...

best regards,
Wolfgang


I am running it on Banana PI.

With linux, it was easy to do. Just use regular tarball. I only had to fix some small #ifdef issues in Core.h, rest was working out of box. Those changes are now in trunk (and actual release), however some of them are ARMv7, which RPI 1 is ARMv6. But that would only mean it runs slower on it.

However, it takes about 2 hours to build ide in debug mode - and my board is dual core 1GHZ A7. I am afraid it might be days on RPI.

Mirek
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