What this FAQ could use is clarification of odd platforms like Dingoo A330, PSP E1000 etc

iLKke wrote:

What this FAQ could use is clarification of odd platforms like Dingoo A330, PSP E1000 etc

agreed.

Some (arguably subjective) platform comparison info:

Had the chance to compare output from Caanoo and PSP 2000 (same projects, same headphones) - PSP sounds far clearer, Caanoo murky & muddy by comparison. Big enough difference to make me switch to PSP.

Did anyone maybe try to run piggy on a pocketchip?

It SHOULD run, right?

IMHO, it should run really easilly.
install libalsa*, libsdl-1.2*, maybe some other devel and lib.
Then you should go to the project dir of the piggy source code
build the "DEB" arch.
There could be maybe a little work on the "key mapping".
Maybe you need to add -fpermissive to the CFLAGS.
This source code is really portable, so there is no reason it won't run.

iLKke wrote:

Did anyone maybe try to run piggy on a pocketchip?

It SHOULD run, right?

Someone offered to buy marc one for a port and then ghosted... should be pretty easy!

I own a pocketchip, i'll try to build a binary.

(edit) I can't find the source code of lgpt...
I've also tried to run the raspberry pi version, but it doesn't even try to run;

./lgpt.rpi-exe 
-bash: ./lgpt.rpi-exe: No such file or directory 

(I've chmod +x it before)

Last edited by garvalf (Sep 4, 2016 4:33 pm)

garvalf wrote:

I own a pocketchip, i'll try to build a binary.

(edit) I can't find the source code of lgpt...

Here ya go: https://github.com/Mdashdotdashn/LittleGPTracker

After git clone, go to the projects directory.
Modify the Makefile and change PLATFORM:= RASPI by PLATFORM:=DEB
Add at the end of CFLAGS line in Makefile.DEB -fpermissive
Then launch make, you should have a binary.

Thank you both.

I've looked on github, but with the "lgpt" keyword, not "littlegptracker". I think the homepage should show the link to the source code as well.

I'd have used the raspi makefile, but if you think the deb is more suitable, it's the one I've used, and also the -fpermissive flag. It built fine, here is a screenshoot:

The size is ok. It would only be better if it was fullscreen (with the same resolution, like for picoloop) but anyway it's good enough like this.

You can find the binary on this link: https://bbs.nextthing.co/t/littlegptrac … based/9293

Last edited by garvalf (Sep 4, 2016 7:27 pm)

Yessssssss

garvalf wrote:

Thank you both.

I've looked on github, but with the "lgpt" keyword, not "littlegptracker". I think the homepage should show the link to the source code as well.

I'd have used the raspi makefile, but if you think the deb is more suitable, it's the one I've used, and also the -fpermissive flag. It built fine, here is a screenshoot:

The size is ok. It would only be better if it was fullscreen (with the same resolution, like for picoloop) but anyway it's good enough like this.

You can find the binary on this link: https://bbs.nextthing.co/t/littlegptrac … based/9293

Aahhhhhhahahahah. That pic makes me happy.

Does full screen work with the config.xml argument?

Well this escalated quickly smile

Cheers for the build!

This pocketchip stuff should probably have its own thread, huh?

How about a sub forum?