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by mistofeles
Jan 10, 2014 0:02
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Raspberry PI and Beaglebone Black.
Replies: 105
Views: 28615

Re: FreeBASIC ARM6/7 for the Raspberry PI and Beaglebone Bla

INSTALLATION OF FreeBasic to Raspberry Pi (Minibian) wget http://www.alice-dsl.net/d.j.peters/fbarm/fbc-0.91.0-pi-raspbian.tar.gz . apt-get install gcc, g++, libncurses-dev fbc-0.91.0-pi-debian/install.sh -i echo 'print "HELLO. So far so good !"' >test.bas fbc test.bas ./test ( Now there ...
by mistofeles
Jan 08, 2014 20:42
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Raspberry PI and Beaglebone Black.
Replies: 105
Views: 28615

Re: FreeBASIC ARM6/7 for the Raspberry PI and Beaglebone Bla

Thank you for your work. Still, I have a problem in my Raspi. OS is last MiniBian, which is told to be a Rasbian without GUI. - Installed ver 0.91.1 - Installed gcc - wrote a program: print "Hello" - 'fbc mybrogam.bas' -> ld: cannot find -lncurses ld: cannot find -lsupc++ So, something see...
by mistofeles
Nov 08, 2013 19:46
Forum: Linux
Topic: FreeBasic 0.90.1 for ARM 6 / 7 devices.
Replies: 39
Views: 19500

FB 0.91

Problem

root@raspi:/home/pasi/FB# fbc -o max eka.bas
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

Built it from fbc-0.91.0-bbb-arch.tar.gz
Raspberry Pi B, 256MB RAM
Arch Linux

Ideas ?
by mistofeles
Dec 04, 2012 7:39
Forum: Linux
Topic: FreeBASIC on the Raspberry PI
Replies: 6
Views: 1487

Re: FreeBASIC on the Raspberry PI

Once more :) In Linux there is not so much need to write device dependent code, if you are not building some totally new HW. Most HW work can be done through devices ( /dev/* ). For example just now I'm building a 3D navigational thingy, which can be built around /dev/ttyACM0 and /dev/ttyUSB0. The o...
by mistofeles
Oct 01, 2012 11:55
Forum: Linux
Topic: FreeBASIC on the Raspberry PI
Replies: 6
Views: 1487

Re: FreeBASIC on the Raspberry PI

Yes, the original hardware dependent parts I have to rewrite in FB. Still it is easier to make it in FB than to rewrite the whole subroutines in for example C. In FB it is mostly writing new parameters to the commands. In C I got to rewrite the routines from the ground up.
by mistofeles
Sep 26, 2012 21:57
Forum: Linux
Topic: FreeBASIC on the Raspberry PI
Replies: 6
Views: 1487

Re: FreeBASIC on the Raspberry PI

It would be very nice to have a tool to compile the sources to ARM. I got many laboratory programs I would like to move to RaspBerry. They are too large to be rewritten with another language. They also have too much hardware dependent parts and parts, where security is important, so that I would not...

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