If Pyra will run Debian 10, that has a GCC 8 package which supports some C++20 according to their website :) Since it's a recent OS you will probably also be able to build and run the latest tools from source.
I use a Linux cross-compiler I built a long time ago with the script from this thread. The more recent posts touch up on relevant troubleshooting, but just in case I put an archive of my local build on Dropbox that you can extract to /opt. You also need to install all dependencies mentioned in...
Good to see you back Orkie, thank you for all your cool work!
My F200 is happy running Open2x dr7 and I still have the precompiled GCC 4 toolchain from way back, it continues to work on modern Linux.
I'll keep an eye on this and probably bite the bullet once you have more info about bare metal...
Is the mobile web experience so bad that we need a 3rd-party app at all? I just opened the forums on my phone with a browser and it looked fine - maybe apps were useful some years ago, but both browsers and responsive web design evolved lots since then :) I also don't miss the posts where...
It was nice while it lasted, but the case that cracks just sitting in a drawer and the (ReBirth) LCD cable that went bad after barely using it made me regret getting one. Nice hardware and software otherwise though, and fun to code for too.
Good luck! One thing to keep in mind though, the GP2X had an 8-way digital stick not analog, so that might be a problem unless I'm missing something. Maybe @DaveC could come out of retirement and start offering d-pad mods again :D
They recently announced an updated revision, https://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=187&t=38629
Imagine if GamePark had been so responsive to user feedback back in the day, they'd probably still be around. :oops:
Sadly this feels like where things are heading, discouraged independent control and distribution of binary software, only app markets and web stuff.
I wonder if my old GP2X bins will get my site flagged too eventually :oops:
Sorry to hear that. Unfortunately, over the years several people here reported their GP32 breaking, sometimes because of internal parts going bad over time. None of these devices were particularly sturdy to begin with, but I think the GP2X F-100, F-200, and Caanoo aged better and are the best...
Did you install the GP32 drivers? Try one of these:
What does the menu look like when you turn it on without the SMC?
This one looks really nice. Maybe one of them will catch on and be produced for longer than 6 months, so there's time for a community to form and build cool things for it instead of the same recycled emulators... :|