Bug 193

Summary: ARM11 CPU not supported by RTMath.cpp
Product: LinuxSampler Reporter: benchoff
Component: otherAssignee: Christian Schoenebeck <cuse>
Status: ASSIGNED ---    
Severity: enhancement CC: benoit.guchet
Priority: P5    
Version: SVN Trunk   
Hardware: Other   
OS: Linux   

Description benchoff 2013-01-16 09:04:01 CET
Installed packages on Raspberry Pi running Debian Wheezy. Tried to make benchmarking, got error in RTMath.cpp saying, "Sorry, LinuxSampler lacks time stamp code for your system."
Comment 1 puddingstud 2014-09-23 15:13:19 CEST
Same problem here.
Strange, as older versions seems to have been working fine on RPi - as a lot of people have been using Rpi with LinuxSampler during the last years...
Comment 2 puddingstud 2014-09-23 15:15:34 CEST
Note : I'm using Raspbian with LS v. 2676.

(En réponse au commentaire 1)
> Same problem here.
> Strange, as older versions seems to have been working fine on RPi - as a lot of
> people have been using Rpi with LinuxSampler during the last years...
Comment 3 puddingstud 2014-09-23 19:17:41 CEST
After applying a dirty trick to fix the RTMath.cpp problem, there is another compilation error: 

    ../../common/atomic.h:1190:2: warning: #warning libs/pbd has no implementation of strictly atomic operations for your hardware. [-Wcpp]
    VirtualMidiDevice.cpp: In member function 'bool LinuxSampler::VirtualMidiDevice::NotesChanged()':
    VirtualMidiDevice.cpp:113:40: error: 'atomic_sub' was not declared in this scope

Thanks a lot!