torpor wrote:Your best bet would be to use the Touchbook itself:
ipkg install libc6-dev
This will fix your Touchbook (currently has a bug) so that you can use the onboard compiler to build apps .. then, you've got a 'standard' Linux kind of setup and can use gcc/g++ to build stuff ..
If you want a known-working codebase to start from, I ported a 3D game to the Touchbook and built it *on* my Touchbook using this method.. you can get the sources and see if you can build cleanly too:
Download the sources on your Touchbook, unpack them, and then type 'make' .. if you end up with a clean build, you're good to go, and if you're interested in a 3D game, then WakeBreaker is a great starting place ..
Rumplestilzken wrote:Unfortunately it will be about a week before i can continue messing with the touchbook. I got it as a Xmas gift, and cannot use it again until then lol
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