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TonyHoyle
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Raspberry Pi Support

Postby TonyHoyle » Sun May 24, 2015 10:04 pm

Your home page says "The included API is supported on a number of platforms including Windows, Linux, Android, Mac and Raspberry Pi."

I've been looking around but can't see any support for the Raspberry Pi - the linux installer contains only libraries for x86 and x64. Where can these be downloaded?
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TonyHoyle
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Re: Raspberry Pi Support

Postby TonyHoyle » Tue May 26, 2015 4:24 pm

They just released it.. good show!
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sdrplay
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Re: Raspberry Pi Support

Postby sdrplay » Tue May 26, 2015 4:31 pm

You beat me to it Tony!

Raspberry Pi support now on the website. Please note that this is a pre-release version and we welcome any feedback.

www.sdrplay.com/api_drivers.html

SDRplay
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TonyHoyle
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Re: Raspberry Pi Support

Postby TonyHoyle » Wed May 27, 2015 9:51 pm

Seems good..

One thing, the pi ships with an installed libusb, and running against that simply crashes. That's somewhat irritating, and building libusb from source is problematic, as the system will tend to pick up its default in preference.

Anyway, to get around that I built some more up to date .deb files which upgrade to the latest. that seems to work, at least as far as I've tested it.
https://www.hoyle.me.uk/pi/

For the udev rule, it kept getting overridden so I changed the assignment to a final assignment which stops that:

SUBSYSTEM=="usb",ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device",ATTRS{idVendor}=="1df7",ATTRS{idProduct}=="2500",MODE:="0666"
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barrie
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Re: Raspberry Pi Support

Postby barrie » Mon Jul 27, 2015 1:37 pm

I have just bought a rasp pi 2 b
I have found tonys code
I am not a linx/pi programmer could some one tell an old wrickly how to write the code into the pi after I have loaded the plugin?
barrie kissack
barrie @kissack .org.uk.
also will this become a part of an education module such as the ocr it modules.
thank
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sdrplay
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Re: Raspberry Pi Support

Postby sdrplay » Mon Jul 27, 2015 9:16 pm

Hi Barrie,

Following on from the Facebook post - can you let me know your goal for the Raspberry Pi 2

As I mentioned, then Linux documentation will get you some way and then there is Tony's software.

There isn't really an easy way to get this all working at the moment - you have to be comfortable building code.

Best regards,

SDRplay Support
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