Being a mini PCIe card it should be possible to use these on ARM devices but it doesn't compile because it doesn't use optimal compile options for the ARM platform. It should probably use standard CFLAGS so it compiles optimal on all platforms.
failed job: http://arm.koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=181261
OBJFILES = libcrystalhd_if.o libcrystalhd_int_if.o libcrystalhd_fwcmds.o libcrystalhd_priv.o libcrystalhd_fwdiag_if.o libcrystalhd_fwload_if.o libcrystalhd_parser.o
SRCFILES = libcrystalhd_if.cpp libcrystalhd_int_if.cpp libcrystalhd_fwcmds.cpp libcrystalhd_priv.cpp libcrystalhd_fwdiag_if.cpp libcrystalhd_fwload_if.cpp libcrystalhd_parser.cpp
LNM = libcrystalhd.so.3.6 libcrystalhd.so.3
g++ -D__LINUX_USER__ -I./ -I/usr/include -I../../include -I../../include/link -O2 -Wall -fPIC -shared -fstrict-aliasing -msse2 -c -o libcrystalhd_if.o libcrystalhd_if.cpp
cc1plus: error: unrecognized command line option "-msse2"
make: *** [libcrystalhd_if.o] Error 1
Actually this is not as easy as removing -msse2 as CFLAGS. There is also a need to replace the whole chroma conversion done exclusively in SSE2 asm from this file:
I've done a stupid patch that comment out the SSE2 assembly, but I wonder if another library couldn't do the job.
> I've done a stupid patch that comment out the SSE2 assembly, but I wonder if
> another library couldn't do the job.
ORC is one that comes to mind (http://code.entropywave.com/orc/) as it does conversion into SIMD instructions for different platforms so SSE for x86 or NEON for ARM etc.