I'd be interested in the results of this. I'd expect performance to be on a par between Gentoo and Raspbian, but if Gentoo is noticably quicker, then that would be worth investigating.Chromatix wrote:I didn't get around to trying Raspbian yet, but I was able to type and edit a thousand-word essay on my Gentoo version,
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objdump -d /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libabiword-2.9.so | cut -s -f3 | sort -u | less
Are you sure about this? armv7 code typically aborts with an illegal instruction exception. I wasn't aware of any emulation of unsupported instructions.Chromatix wrote:It still works thanks to emulation of the bad instructions, but emulation is inefficient which is why it's slow in some cases.
I've had it working. Did you try the timer=1 option?cleverca22 wrote:did you ever get oprofile to work? ive got it compiled, but it seems to not record any samples