Dear all,
i have made a picore package for the pure data binaries:

The files need to be put into the tce/optional folder, and enabled in 
tce/onboot.lst if desired.

It is compiled for alsa only with -Os optimization and no specific architecture.
It can use tcl/tk if installed, fftw3 is currently not used.

Please let me know if it works for you.
If it does i will submit it to the official picore repo.

best, Thomas

Thomas Grill

> Am 03.02.2018 um 07:45 schrieb Chris McCormick <>:
> Hi all,
> This is fan mail for Pd on Tiny Core Linux onn Raspberry Pi.
> TCL is a 50 megabyte GNU/Linux distribution which is immutable-by-default and 
> runs very well on the Raspberry Pi.
> I managed to compile Pd and got it to output a test tone which is why I am 
> posting here. To do it yourself:
> * Install the alsa packages
> * Install the compiletc package
> * Compile Pd with `make -f makefile.gnu` inside the src directory
> * Run `pd -nogui mypatch.pd` from the bin directory
> If you want to launch a Pd patch at startup add your command to 
> /opt/
> So far this seems like fertile ground as an alternative to the Raspbian 
> distribution with its multiple-gigabyte bloat. Seems perfect for embedded Pd 
> devices like guitar pedals, synths, and what-not.
> Tiny Core Linux does not use systemd.
> Cheers,
> Chris.
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