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DIY Alexa on PINE64
#1
Lightbulb 
Hi guys,

I still haven't received my board, but I saw that Amazon has released a step-by-step guide to building an Alexa-powered speaker yourself with a Raspberry Pi.

Would anyone know if and how we could do it on Pine64?

Thanks,
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#2
i'm guessing that is posible due we already have a working linux distribution( BETA so far )

but still working on it.
by the way i like the idea too ill try when my pine arrives Big Grin
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#3
I have got a PCM5102A  a 32 bit I2S stereo D/A converter board I hope to get working together with my Pine when it hopefully will arrive within a month. (I'm a April Backer which have added a DIY add-on board and thereby is placed last in the waiting line)

The purpose is to get a "HiFi" audio output.


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#4
Curious as to if this will pick up steam
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#5
(04-06-2016, 04:47 PM)antonelli Wrote: Hi guys,

I still haven't received my board, but I saw that Amazon has released a step-by-step guide to building an Alexa-powered speaker yourself with a Raspberry Pi.

Would anyone know if and how we could do it on Pine64?

Thanks,

If you read this: https://github.com/Kitt-AI/snowboy/issues/88 then it doesn't look like it will work on pine64. I tried building it, but failed on libsnowboy-detect.a as well... But I've no clue what I am doing, so... Wink
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#6
there are a lot of some cool open source "assistants" the first thing that came to mind was a assistant built into a Semicode OS, They call her sarah, https://github.com/semicode-ltd/sarah i think this might be a good option, i can look into creating a distro with some basics and her installed, would this be a good alternative for now, until they have boarder support for alexa like projects
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#7
(01-11-2017, 07:10 AM)rookieone Wrote:
(04-06-2016, 04:47 PM)antonelli Wrote: Hi guys,

I still haven't received my board, but I saw that Amazon has released a step-by-step guide to building an Alexa-powered speaker yourself with a Raspberry Pi.

Would anyone know if and how we could do it on Pine64?

Thanks,

If you read this: https://github.com/Kitt-AI/snowboy/issues/88 then it doesn't look like it will work on pine64. I tried building it, but failed on libsnowboy-detect.a as well... But I've no clue what I am doing, so... Wink

I have communicated with Kitt-AI and already shipped PINE A64 board to Snowboy, hopefully the issue will be resolved soon. Stays tune.
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#8
(01-22-2017, 01:28 PM)tllim Wrote:
(01-11-2017, 07:10 AM)rookieone Wrote:
(04-06-2016, 04:47 PM)antonelli Wrote: Hi guys,

I still haven't received my board, but I saw that Amazon has released a step-by-step guide to building an Alexa-powered speaker yourself with a Raspberry Pi.

Would anyone know if and how we could do it on Pine64?

Thanks,

If you read this: https://github.com/Kitt-AI/snowboy/issues/88 then it doesn't look like it will work on pine64. I tried building it, but failed on libsnowboy-detect.a as well... But I've no clue what I am doing, so... Wink

I have communicated with Kitt-AI and already shipped PINE A64 board to Snowboy, hopefully the issue will be resolved soon. Stays tune.

Will do! Would be great to try it on the pine64 Smile
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#9
(01-22-2017, 01:28 PM)tllim Wrote:
(01-11-2017, 07:10 AM)rookieone Wrote:
(04-06-2016, 04:47 PM)antonelli Wrote: Hi guys,

I still haven't received my board, but I saw that Amazon has released a step-by-step guide to building an Alexa-powered speaker yourself with a Raspberry Pi.

Would anyone know if and how we could do it on Pine64?

Thanks,

If you read this: https://github.com/Kitt-AI/snowboy/issues/88 then it doesn't look like it will work on pine64. I tried building it, but failed on libsnowboy-detect.a as well... But I've no clue what I am doing, so... Wink

I have communicated with Kitt-AI and already shipped PINE A64 board to Snowboy, hopefully the issue will be resolved soon. Stays tune.

On https://github.com/Kitt-AI/snowboy/issues/88 there has been some developments, a static lib for pine64 has been compiled.

I am not the most experienced with compiling this, perhaps someone else can give it a try as well?

See also: https://github.com/Kitt-AI/snowboy

Cheers!
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