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In the vast majority of cases any package would be available on ARM. One of the requirements for a package to be accepted into a Debian release is that it has to compile on all of the Debian architectures, not just x86/x64. This includes ARM. So, this will pretty much guarantee that the vast majority of Ubuntu's packages will at least be able to be ...


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UHD works for ARM machines. However you have to change the settings on Update Manager in Linux to search for updates from (universe) which has the libboost-all-dev library


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Well, after almost three days of headbanging into the wall I managed to solve this. To be honest I might have never solved it if occasionally hadn't installed the COdesourcery toolchain with executable installer which they also provide. After doing that the manually unpacked version started to execute! This of course led to a conclusion that there were ...


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Try setting a few more variables. Below is something which works for me with the toolchain installed in my home directory (yours is different, just change the MY_ARM_BASE). I don't do much cross compiling, so I put the necessary variables into a file, (I called mine "myconfig") and run it with the dot command to put it into my environment (so the execute ...


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Look at Beaglebone Black which is an open source HW running Angstrom. You can also run Android on Beaglebone Black. It is a TI sitara ARM Cortex A8 Application processor. (BTW I believe Angstrom and Yocto project have merged) Also Freescale and other vendors have ported Linux to ARM Cortex A8 processor. Atmel has ported Android to an ARM Cortex A5 ...


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I am also looking for a way to get Wine or playonlinux and other games to my samsung chromebook, but from all the research that I've found, you'd have to use this emulator called Qemu, and then add Wine and from there, then you can get the game or whatever x86 program: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/chromebook-central/WWE-MoCjbLA The videos below ...


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http://cascadia.debian.net/~vagrant/rpi-ltsp-howto.txt Install ltsp-server for ltsp-build-client, ldm-server to support LDM, qemu-user-static and binfmt-support for cross-architecture support. apt-get install ltsp-server qemu-user-static binfmt-support ldm-server



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