Hello!madman_xxx wrote:That's why cross-compilation is a better choice. Comprehensive guide for that (among other things) can be found here:MaxK1 wrote:Be prepared to wait if you build "natively" - On an overclocked Rev 1 Pi it took about 6 1/2 hours...
Hello!MaxK1 wrote:I think those instructions cover just about all major distro's EXCEPT Slackware... You can probably figure out what is needed, though.
Hello!mattyslim wrote:Hi Mr. Who,
You can get slackware 14.0(armedslack) for the pi and be in familiar territory.
The install is only slightly different than the x86 version, It isn't as bleeding
edge as arch or debian so you kinda avoid packages breaking your system.
It isn't hardfloat but I can't tell the difference for what I do. I haven't needed to
compile a kernel yet but just letting you know that slacking is an option.
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