[PD] OT: raspberry pi

Simon Wise simonzwise at gmail.com
Fri May 17 10:04:34 CEST 2013

On 16/05/13 23:39, Max wrote:
> hi patrick
> Why don't you just use millers images with vanilla or the satellite-ccrma with pd-ext, both linked here:
> https://puredata.info/docs/raspberry-pi

Both images are very close to 8GB (though much of that is empty space) ... the 
CCRMA one did fit my SD cards but the pd-la one was slightly too big.

The raspbian wheezy image will fit on a much smaller card, and will expand its 
partition to fill what you have, and is working nicely here. Clearly not all 8GB 
cards are quite the full 8GB.


If you try the standard debian armel it will probably work, but is compiled for 
a simpler CPU without hardware float (ARMv4 rather than v6), and will be slower.

> m.
> Am 16.05.2013 um 15:39 schrieb Patrick Pagano<bigswift at ufl.edu>:
>> Hello
>> i just received my first raspberry doo-hickey and i am wondering what distro people are using.
>> I tried the wheezy last night and it seems okay, i installed pd-extended after a few tries
>> I was unsuccessful with getting the CCRMA distro to load onto an 8GB chip
>> i basically would like to have pd with pdp working, supercollider and i assume omxplayer

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