[PD] no more compiled version for raspberry pi?

IOhannes m zmölnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Tue Dec 26 21:12:04 CET 2017

On 12/25/2017 10:26 PM, Alexandros wrote:

>> I don't think so
> I guess it depends on the Linux flavor and whatever software it has in
> its repositories. I remember with Raspbian getting older Pd versions
> with apt-get.

then you should just enable backports in your apt sources¹.
since Debian/stretch (and current Raspbian is based on stretch), Debian
provides backports for the "current" Pd version into stable.

There are no plans to make test/pre/alpha/ releases available.

Of course, if you chose to stick to a very old Debian version (e.g.
jessie), or  for that matter a *very very* old Ubuntu version (i hear
people are still using Trusty) you actively opted out of getting
anything but security bugfixes.


¹ backports, wtf?

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