Since I think someone asked about OSX, building UXN on my old 2012 MBP running OSX sierra or high sierra was trivial.
on Raspberry Pi Zero W running Raspbian lite I’ve encountered the following:
- UXNEmu can’t be directly exited (you have to pull the power plug )
- You can’t swap TTY with Ctrl + Alt + Fn (need to triple check this)
- Screen will not respond to detach Ctrl + a Ctrl + d
- I3wm, launching UXNEmu from terminal results in >1fps Not sure why this performs so badly.
I can’t seem to run UXNEmu directly from I3 launcher (Ctrl+d) I’m completely new to i3wm and I’m not sure my install is correct? Might need to install normal Raspbian build and try install i3 from there.
Any advice on how to proceed would be appreciated, as a regular Vim and iTerm2 user i3 looks really interesting.
UPDATE Just saw your video on the ORCA thread @neauoire, very helpful to confirm that I’m doing things correctly. Looks like the Pi Zero doesn’t have the juice to run i3wm and UXNEmu
Are there any Android dev’s interested in UXN? Looks like there is a version of SDL2 for NDK… I’m game to try this as I have 2x unused 7in Android tablets (Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 and some generic thing). And I’ve never done anything much more than rooting devices and installing cynogenmod. I know the ecosystem is a bit fragmented, is it viable to target older Andriod tablets? Will Midi work with an OTG cable?