[PD] Pd on Maemo driven devices?

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Sat Sep 12 04:02:41 CEST 2009

You can already use Pd-anywhere (PDa) on the N770 and N800.  I have an  
N810, so if the existing build doesn't work, I could get it working at  
some point.  I think getting Pd or PDa running on the N900 should be  
easy, like just compiling it for that CPU.  I think the N900 has a ARM  
Cortex A8 which has a floating point unit, so plain old Pd should work  

What I'd like to see is Pd on Android, but I think that could be a  
little bit tricky to get into a form that is easily distributable  
without rooting the phone.  The G1 already runs Debian, so you could  
just install the 'puredata' package once you have Debian on your G1.


On Sep 11, 2009, at 4:49 PM, yjf wrote:

> Hi,
> the next Nokia smartphone N900 will have a Linux based OS by the  
> name of Maemo. - I was wondering if anyone is working on making it  
> possible to run Pd in some way under that system. Or are all eyes on  
> the iphone?
> Jurgen
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