NBTV on the Raspberry PI

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NBTV on the Raspberry PI

Postby acl » Tue Dec 07, 2021 4:06 am


I'm trying to make Gary Millard's excellent programs work on the Raspberry PI. At the moment I have managed to install Windows 10 on a PI 4 and am able to run the big picture. See screen shot attached. I have now followed on by loading the Linux Twister 0S onto the PI 4 and tried unsuccessfully to run these programs in 'wine'. If anybody has any ideas these would be most welcome. My intention eventually is to run Gary's programs on a standalone Pi zero 2 with a 3.5 Inch touch screen.

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Re: NBTV on the Raspberry PI

Postby Harry Dalek » Sun Dec 12, 2021 1:54 pm

This sounds very interesting ,i have never really looked into all this as i tend to like to do the hobby in a simplest way so tend to stay away from this side of it ,but please do show results as i know this could be very useful to others .
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