On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 12:53:03AM -0400, Ellen Pearlman wrote:
> OpenKinect on ARMv6
> Am trying to figure out if Open Kinect can be compiled for the ARMv6
> architecture. If it can will it run on a blackberry pi? Thought you
> might know someone who knows, or could answer whether it is
> theoretically possible.
> [address removed]
As this page (https://en.wikiped...) say: Many Gnu/Linux
distros will support the R-PI. If for some reason they dont have a package for
libfreenect, I'm sure it can be compiled and that other folks would help with
this if necessary. I dont have a R-PI, so I cant tell you for sure 100%.
If you are in the NY area, you can join the Nylug-talk list on nylug.org, chat
on #nylug-talk on irc.oftc.net, or ask on #debian-nyc also on irc.oftc.net or
attend a NYLUG meeting and ask for help in-person. etc.
The Gnu/Linux community has supported ARM for a long time, so its not a big
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