Probably only for Pyra, and even if, it might be too slow even, CPU wiseI know I'm way out of my league here and have nothing of value to contribute ... BUT ... earlier on I saw mention of Dwarf Fortress If portable Dwarf Fortress were a reality (no matter how slow) my life would be complete.
AFAIK you can just remove the image directory and start over. And I think it's time I make a PND of those install scripts, so that the latest version is always accessible and people don't miss updates. (I have a working sudo in exagear now, for example)Thanks a lot for your install scripts dimag0g, they worked pretty well.
But since I've messed up a bit my exagear ubuntu image, I'd like to restart with a clean install. Is it self-contained and can I just delete the existing install and start over, or is there something else I should do?
If it respects the $HOME variable, the way most PNDs fix it is by simply exporting "HOME=/mnt/utmp/pnd_name"I've noticed that the .wine directory wasn't in the usr directory of exagear's ubuntu image as I expected, but in the Pandora's usr directory on the NAND. I guess I can fix that by changing the WINEPREFIX, but is there a way (other than installing the Pandora OS on the SD Card) to generally get Exagear to not use the NAND?
Nope. The sound works when I run the very same hmm3 executable on a real intel machine with debian, but not on exagear.