[PD] Compiled Pd for raspberry pi: no 0.49? What to do after downloading it?
Alexandre Torres Porres
porres at gmail.com
Mon Feb 4 23:51:38 CET 2019
Hi, I have an old C.H.I.P. computer (first single board computer under 10$
ever released). I never used it much but now I wanna try it for a project.
Turns out they went bankrupted last year, how fun... so I'm stuck without
updates and the debian operating system on it only gives me terribly old Pd
0.46-2 from apt-get. I don't wanna bother with compiling the new source, I
can't even compile my own library on it, and my first attempt to compiled
Pd failed, so I just wanna go for something simpler.
This is an armv7 just like a raspberry. My externals that I compiled on a
virtual machine for an armv7 target work just fine on it. So I think Pd
compiled for raspberry pi will work just fine as well. Miller has a
Pd-0.48-1 for raspberry here:
http://msp.ucsd.edu/Software/pd-0.48-1.rpi.tar.gz - this seems good enough
for me right now.
Now, I'm quite clueless on Linux as you can see, and I just need to know
what do I do after I download this... I have it on my desktop and I can't
run Pd yet... I tried running from ./bin and nothing happened.
1) what do I have to do?
2) Why not a new 0.49 for raspberry as well, huh? :)
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