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Tide on Raspberry Pi #48

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rodrigobarnes opened this Issue Sep 19, 2016 · 4 comments

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rodrigobarnes commented Sep 19, 2016

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I would like to run Tide on a second Raspberry Pi but the current packages are compiled for amd64 not ARM. Would it be possible to get a package compiled for Pi?

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Hey,

From my knowledge I don't think electron (the underlying framework we have built tide on) has a arm version.

I will have a look into it but this is unlikely to be implemented in the short term

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Rob4001 commented Sep 19, 2016

Hey,

From my knowledge I don't think electron (the underlying framework we have built tide on) has a arm version.

I will have a look into it but this is unlikely to be implemented in the short term

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I notice that there are ARM builds at https://github.com/electron/electron/releases, so this might be possible. Would be interested if somebody wants to give it a try!

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joerick commented Sep 19, 2016

I notice that there are ARM builds at https://github.com/electron/electron/releases, so this might be possible. Would be interested if somebody wants to give it a try!

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rodrigobarnes Sep 19, 2016

Thanks @joerick that's hopeful - maybe I can help with some guidance! One thing that would be important to let users know is that if they are able to run Tide on the Pi and wanted to USB power the Tingbot there would probably be power issues.

rodrigobarnes commented Sep 19, 2016

Thanks @joerick that's hopeful - maybe I can help with some guidance! One thing that would be important to let users know is that if they are able to run Tide on the Pi and wanted to USB power the Tingbot there would probably be power issues.

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This should be implemented as of b5dab34
Next time @joerick performs a new release it will be up on github

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Rob4001 commented Sep 25, 2016

This should be implemented as of b5dab34
Next time @joerick performs a new release it will be up on github

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