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So, maybe it's a really dumb question but I haven't figured it out yet.

Is there any way to execute pico-8 on a Raspberry Pi 4 with a Manjaro distro?

When I try it on the terminal I get the message:

pico8: pico8: cannot execute binary file

Trying with the pico8_dyn version I get the same result.

I'm guessing that Manjaro doesn't come with a necessary binary to run, but that's just a guess.

And just to clarify, I did downloaded the Raspberry Pi version of pico-8 pico-8_0.2.1b_raspi.zip.

Please save me for having to use the my windows again!

P#86689 2021-01-22 22:41 ( Edited 2021-01-23 14:24)

:: merwok
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What is the architecture of your OS?

The raspi builds of pico8 are made for raspbian, which is 32-bit ARM EABI5 (armhf).

P#86718 2021-01-23 17:50

I have a 64 bit OS, so that's the problem... Thanks for the help anyway :D

P#86722 2021-01-23 19:56
:: merwok
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Does your OS support multiarch? (on debian for example we can run 32-bit programs natively, with package manager integration)

If not you could try qemu!

P#86727 2021-01-23 22:32

Think it's not possible.

I'll try the qemu option. I'll tell you how it goes :)

P#86747 2021-01-24 14:25

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