Started by itomato, August 29, 2015, 05:39:52 am
Quote from: "bobo68"Has somebody got NeXTstep/Previous to work on a Raspberry Pi? I'd like to run it on a new 3B model.
Quote from: "bobo68"Was asked about the 3D printed Cube enclosure. It's a guy from the UK, you can buy it on eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NeXT-Cube-Raspberry-Pi-Case-/131977820271.It seems to have some rough edges but let's see how it looks in person.
Quote from: "bobo68"Thanks for the link. I'd like to do the same with a 3D printed Cube enclosure I bought on eBay.Can you give me a few hints about what has to be done to compile Previous on the Pi? I used toi be a developer but that is long ago...TIAbobo68
Quote from: pitz on November 06, 2016, 03:53:52 amMainly followed gilles' instructions from the main forum thread for Previous, linking to his site: http://previous.alternative-system.com/index.php/build For Raspbian, the packages you would need to build are cmake and libsdl2-dev (SDL). The latest Raspbian stable package repository already has SDL 2.0.4. If you need to make use of the new audio stuff that's only available with SDL 2.0.5, you'd need to add Debian's sid/unstable package repository to your package sources. Or maybe build SDL 2.0.5 directly from sources.