arm-unknown-linux-gnueabi not supported. Why?

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Message 1902515 - Posted: 23 Nov 2017, 10:18:06 UTC

Hi guys. I like to running seti@home on arm-devices, and i have old nokia n900.
But seti@home not have compiled binaries for n900? :-( I need to compile with my hands?
boinc version :
7.0.27 arm-unknown-linux-gnueabi
from debian wheezy(yep, its old, but kernel on n900 its old too)

So, this is question - i need to compile seti@home, or there is another way to get my phone work?

Thank you!
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Message 1902742 - Posted: 24 Nov 2017, 19:30:05 UTC - in response to Message 1902515.  

The project cannot possibly support all kinds of OS/application combinations out there by default, and so yes, you're either to compile these applications for your OS by yourself, or see if someone else has done so already. In both cases you'll run them in the anonymous platform option. Normally when there's a BOINC for your OS, that same person who made that BOINC has also made applications for (some of) the projects.

See https://wiki.debian.org/BOINC, but do mind that when you follow this route that the application needs to be 32bit, as that's what your processor supports. The present version of Seti@Home Multibeam applications needs to be v8, for Astropulse it's still v7. Older Multibeam applications do no longer work.
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Message 1903007 - Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 16:53:01 UTC - in response to Message 1902742.  

The project cannot possibly support all kinds of OS/application combinations out there by default, and so yes, you're either to compile these applications for your OS by yourself, or see if someone else has done so already. In both cases you'll run them in the anonymous platform option. Normally when there's a BOINC for your OS, that same person who made that BOINC has also made applications for (some of) the projects.

See https://wiki.debian.org/BOINC, but do mind that when you follow this route that the application needs to be 32bit, as that's what your processor supports. The present version of Seti@Home Multibeam applications needs to be v8, for Astropulse it's still v7. Older Multibeam applications do no longer work.

Hello. Im found another way. First i try to compile, but it very slow on this hardware. Second - im understand where i make wrong thing, i setup ARMEL instead ARMHF debian. When debian armhf installed - all working, and tasks already downloading and calculating.
There my nokia n900 - https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/show_host_detail.php?hostid=8390304 with postmarketos :)
thanks for answer, and sorry for my bad english.
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