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Month: July 2016

Re: [trinity-users] TDE on Raspberry Pi

From: Thierry de Coulon <tdecoulon@...>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2016 08:25:41 +0200
Hello all,

Not sure if it was better to revive this thread or create a new one.

I'm starting on Rasberry Pi, so I followed the rookie way: Noobs and Raspbian.

Now, I searched about Trinity on Raspbian. It seems there was a repository for 
Raspbian-wheezy (in the Preliminary Stable Builds), but following the 
(somewhat aged) how-to that simply add "deb jessie 
main" don't work for the latest Raspbian (Jessie).

However, I seem to have to run the Jessie version because it's a Pi 3 (would 
not boot with an older openSuSE anyway).

So, as I understand, I should either

- Install Debian Arm and use the repositories
- Compile Trinity for Raspbian Jessie? I'd have time and computer to do this, 
it's experience I'm lacking. Am I right to understand I could compile for Arm 
on a non-Arm computer? Should I compile on a Debian install?