The latest ARM assembler A64 has /* .. */ comments and comments started with // instead of @ - even better!Paeryn wrote:Comments can either be in C format blocks /* ... */ or started with @ - No harder to read than starting with ;
"sudo apt install bc" worked fine for me on fresh Jessie lite/Pi3.sudhir_brahma wrote:ShiftplusOne: are u saying that 'apt-get install bc' just works fine for you with a fresh Jessie installation on raspberry pi 3? regards SudhirShiftPlusOne wrote:bc installs fine. If you're having issues, it's a symptom of a larger problem.
+1Pithagoros wrote:Do we need a relational database installing just to hold a counter value?
Formatting the card before running WinDiskImager achieves precisely nothing, it will all be overwritten.emeyeraway wrote:If there's a way to "activate" the full capacity of the 64GB SD without formatting it, that would solve my problem.
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sudo apt install nasm yasm
Try changing the /24 you gave in the IP addresses.poojapandey wrote: But i do not know how to change the subnet mark . I tried adding netmask= 255.255.2.0 in my /etc/network/interfaces file but it had no impact.
I use nasm (or yasm) on x86 for x86 and yes they are both good. Hopefully they will be available on ARM sometime soon.From what I understand the ARM target for NASM is fairly good, though it is hosted only on x86.
My guess is the old 40nm lithography is reaching its limit.i486 wrote:I hope the next model (Pi3 B+ or Pi4) will solve the overheat problem.