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  • #1280

    taboman
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    Hi Ron,

    would it be feasible to setup a new feed on ipkg.fireflymediaserver.org for the power pc based Iomega Storcenter?

    I have ready compiled packages for sqlite3 and mt-daapd-svn to contribute.

    They are for OpenProtium but should work on the original firmware as well.

    Ron

    #10071

    rpedde
    Participant

    @taboman wrote:

    Hi Ron,

    would it be feasible to setup a new feed on ipkg.fireflymediaserver.org for the power pc based Iomega Storcenter?

    I have ready compiled packages for sqlite3 and mt-daapd-svn to contribute.

    They are for OpenProtium but should work on the original firmware as well.

    Ron

    Can you point me toward the build chain for it?

    #10072

    taboman
    Participant

    Sure I can,

    I am using the crosstools chain from kegel.com: http://kegel.com/crosstool/

    After downloading, use the command “sh demo604.sh” to d/l and configure everything. It will target the PPC 604 processor, even though the Storcenter has a 603 in it, it runs fine.

    Does that help?

    Ron

    @rpedde wrote:

    @taboman wrote:

    Hi Ron,

    would it be feasible to setup a new feed on ipkg.fireflymediaserver.org for the power pc based Iomega Storcenter?

    I have ready compiled packages for sqlite3 and mt-daapd-svn to contribute.

    They are for OpenProtium but should work on the original firmware as well.

    Ron

    Can you point me toward the build chain for it?

    #10073

    rpedde
    Participant

    @taboman wrote:

    Sure I can,

    I am using the crosstools chain from kegel.com: http://kegel.com/crosstool/

    After downloading, use the command “sh demo604.sh” to d/l and configure everything. It will target the PPC 604 processor, even though the Storcenter has a 603 in it, it runs fine.

    Does that help?

    Ron

    Ya. I’ll work that into my builds.

    — Ron

    #10074

    taboman
    Participant

    Ya. I’ll work that into my builds.

    — Ron

    Great. Thanks 🙂

    Ron

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