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Torc

Library dependencies

Required

Qt >= 5.0 libfreetype

Optional

libcdio - Audio CD playback. libass - SSA/ASS subtitle rendering. libdnssd - Bonjour service announcement and discovery. libcec2 - CEC support. libasound2 - Alsa sound library. libudev - USB device detection (linux).

Hardware video decoding

VDPAU VAAPI OpenMax

Building Torc on the Raspberry Pi

The following guide is subject to change and is based on a fresh installation of Raspbian.

  • Run raspi-config and set the video memory to at least 128mb. You will probably want to enable SSH as well.
  • Add the Qt5 Raspbian repository provided by S√©bastien Noel. Details can be found at http://twolife.be/raspbian
  • Run sudo apt-get update followed by sudo apt-get upgrade to ensure your Pi is fully up to date.
  • Run sudo apt-get install qtdeclarative5-dev qt5-qmake qtdeclarative5-qtquick2-plugin build-essential git-core libudev-dev libavahi-compat-libdnssd-dev yasm libasound2-dev ccache libass-dev libcec-dev libfreetype6-dev upower.
  • Checkout the Torc source with git clone https://github.com/Torc/torc.git.
  • Enter the torc directory and run ./configure.
  • If the configure script fails due to a lack of qmake for Qt5, you will need to specify the path to qmake with something like ./configure --qmake=/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/qt5/bin/qmake.
  • Run make and go and do the shopping...
  • Run sudo make install.
  • torc-server and torc-utils can be run as normal from the command line.
  • torc-desktop and torc-tv do not need an X server running but they need the EGL fullscreen plugin specified at run time e.g. torc-tv -platform eglfs.
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