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Volker Annuss
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Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by Volker Annuss » Sun Dec 23, 2018 8:37 pm

Windows, 64 Bit only, tested with Windows 7: http://www.nnuss.de/Hermann/Arminius2018-12-23.zip
Linux, 64 Bit only, tested with Ubuntu 18.04: http://www.nnuss.de/Hermann/Arminius201 ... nux.tar.gz
Linux (Raspberry/ARM 32 and 64 Bit) will follow later.
Windows 32 Bit will follow only if requested, Android possibly never, iOS definitely never.

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Re: Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by Gabor Szots » Sun Dec 23, 2018 9:01 pm

Thanks Volker. Long time no see.
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Re: Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by Graham Banks » Sun Dec 23, 2018 9:05 pm

Thanks Volker and Merry Christmas to you. :)
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Re: Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by Volker Annuss » Sun Dec 23, 2018 10:16 pm

Graham Banks wrote:
Sun Dec 23, 2018 9:05 pm
Thanks Volker and Merry Christmas to you. :)
Thank you. :)

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Re: Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by Scally » Sun Dec 23, 2018 10:44 pm

Cheers Volker,

Looking forward to the RPi binary ...


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Re: Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by Geonerd » Mon Dec 24, 2018 1:48 am

Thank you!

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Re: Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by Volker Annuss » Wed Dec 26, 2018 9:12 am

Windows, 64 Bit only, tested with Windows 7: http://www.nnuss.de/Hermann/Arminius2018-12-23.zip
Linux, 64 Bit only, tested with Ubuntu 18.04: http://www.nnuss.de/Hermann/Arminius201 ... nux.tar.gz

Linux ARM 32 Bit tested with Raspbian Stretch and 64 Bit tested with OpenSuSE 15.0: http://www.nnuss.de/Hermann/Arminius201 ... spi.tar.gz

The 64 Bit version runs slower on my raspberry. After looking at the disassembly and doing some profiling, I suspect that there is nothing wrong with the program, but the machine is not running at full speed with 64 bit. Other programs also run much slower. This must have happened when I switched from the older version 42.2 to 15.0. 42.2 had drivers for CPU clock and temperature, while 15.0 has not. I have not found a way to find out the clock speed at which the raspberry is running with Open SuSE 15.0.

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Re: Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by Fuddur » Wed Dec 26, 2018 9:45 am

Volker Annuss wrote:
Sun Dec 23, 2018 8:37 pm
Windows, 64 Bit only, tested with Windows 7: http://www.nnuss.de/Hermann/Arminius2018-12-23.zip
Linux, 64 Bit only, tested with Ubuntu 18.04: http://www.nnuss.de/Hermann/Arminius201 ... nux.tar.gz
Linux (Raspberry/ARM 32 and 64 Bit) will follow later.
Windows 32 Bit will follow only if requested, Android possibly never, iOS definitely never.
Please made an android compilation.
Thanks

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Re: Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by Scally » Wed Dec 26, 2018 1:51 pm

Thanks Volker,

It works great on my Raspberry Pi 3b+ running Raspbian Stretch.


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Re: Arminius 2018-11-23 is out

Post by fern » Fri Dec 28, 2018 2:13 pm

Please, deliver a 32 bits version,. Your program I use to play very often when I am in holidays, in the beach, do not ask me why but it is so. It is a strong engine for certain. I ask the 32 bits because I have not 64 machines neither money to get one these days.

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