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BLEO wrote:

OK, two ideas:

1) Which build of piggy are you using? From that log, it looks like debian? There's a specific pi build here at the bottom with the ghettos (ALWAYS use the ghettos): http://littlegptracker.com/download.php
2) That being said, once you use the ghettos, different sound libs need to be installed.

sudo apt-get install libasound2-plugins:i386

And maybe you'll have to remove the ":i386" again, maybe not! This is what got it working for me on debian but I've never tried on a pi...


no i'm using the lgpt.rpi-exe

I've already installed those libraries though... it only worked when i removed the :i386 otherwise it wasn't retrievable.

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Also make sure you are using the 32bit version of whether os  you installed

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If you those libs are 404 you need to add the sources because fuck Linux that’s why.

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STARDRAIN, CA

Rasberry pi handheld is best. Bleo is right

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Hey kool skull fuck the fuck off. You are not welcome here.

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In my experience the PI's built-in audio is pretty crap. Not sure how the various handheld PI things do though. A certain lo-finess can of course be a desired thing, but if not, I'd recommend something like the Pisound board https://blokas.io/.
This discussion makes me thing that one could build oneself a nice tracker station with one of these https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/ra … h-display/ and a laser-cut enclosure.
But it's probably a silly idea big_smile

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Joliette, QC, Canada

Hey sky ! Glad to see you back on trackers l'ami !