[Lazarus] IDE rebuild fails on raspi4

Tom Lisjac zikon770 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 12 01:21:06 CET 2020

HI Bo,

Thanks for your reply and comments... very helpful!

Since your svn builds work without issue on the pi4, it looks like my
persistence problem is with the lazarus package from the raspbian repo.
Otto Dominguez also replied privately and provided some details about why.
He also generously included a links to a set of 2.0.6 Lazarus packages he
made for the pi4:


I'm going to uninstall the raspbian package and try Otto's. Ultimately I'd
like to do my own builds on the pi as it appears the 4B is actually usable
for serious development were previous versions were too slow for my taste.
:) Otto included a link to a forum thread where he announced his build
procedure and packages:


Is your build process similar on the pi4?



On Mon, Feb 10, 2020 at 1:41 PM Bo Berglund via lazarus <
lazarus at lists.lazarus-ide.org> wrote:

> On Fri, 7 Feb 2020 10:16:36 +0000, Tom Lisjac via lazarus
> <lazarus at lists.lazarus-ide.org> wrote:
> >Trying to get Lazarus working on the raspberry pi 4 with the latest
> >Raspbian (Debian 10.2).
> I guess you mean Raspbian Buster then?
> I have FPC/Lazarus on several of my RPi units ranging from RPi2B via
> RPi3B to RPi4B.
> I have had no problems installing release versions FPC 3.0.4 + Lazarus
> 2.0.6 from sources obtained by SVN checkout.
> I am using an old and trusted install script I wrote several years ago
> and it "just works" to get the basic stuff installed.
> It does so to /home/pi/dev/... in order to not mess with anything in
> /usr/... etc.
> Also I use pcp directories for every install I have, right now 2.0.2,
> 2.0.4 and 2.0.6 on my latest RPi4B.
> Concerning the small screen:
> I run my systems via VNC from my big screen Windows PC and the only
> glitch I have had so far is that the Lazarus IDE may suddenly crash
> unexpectedly.
> But this has not happened once since I installed AutoSave in Lazarus
> via OnLine Package Manager, so this is for sure something I recommend
> using (plus of course subversion for project sources).
> --
> Bo Berglund
> Developer in Sweden
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