Discussion in 'RFinderPi - Open Source radio interface based on R' started by K2CQW, Jun 16, 2019.
Has anyone compiled WINE on the RPi3+?
This is a good question. The answer is probably no, because it would require a big x86 compiler environment, which needs to run in an x86 VM, such as qemu. And then WINE itself would have to run in the same VM. This is in broad terms, but the devil is in the details. I think this would be a huuuge project.
What software is so important to run on the rpi? In the end, I decided that nothing was worth that much effort.
If you are serious, consider other ARM7 devices with faster clocks and more memory, such as Tinkerboard or rockpro64.
Well, the Debian version compiled, I ran make install, however wine failed with a kernel error. That little RPi chugged manfully along compiling away all for nought. I wanted RMS Express. Oh well...
I did a quick web search, and there is an instructables project on that. It does involve an X86 environment to run in a virtual machine., he used ExaGear v2.1. Detailed steps and lots of screenshots.
Thanx. I tried exagear (they are now defunct). I used exagear and wine to run rms express, it (rms express) froze when I attempted to post to outbox.