And to add, I'm using HDMI to TV and resolution is 1360x768Anyway, after installing all the updates introduced here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/anothe ... n-release/ and after enabling the OpenGL drivers, a pink line appeared on the far left side of my TV. I don't really mind it, but I don't think that's supposed to happen.
Glxgears ran just fine, but when trying to launch neverball from terminal, the game says that it couldn't get EGL display. Trying to launch it from the shortcut does nothing.
When my Pi opens up screensaver, it loses the HDMI connection. This also happens with anything fullscreen, like Dosbox. I tried to set Dosbox into OpenGL mode, that didn't work either.
Also, when trying to play Darkplaces Quake, the Pi just crashed and I couldn't do anything but pull the plug.
Disabling OpenGL drivers made everything normal again, the pink line dissapeared and I could set Dosbox fullscreen, Quake didn't crash etc.
I don't know if something went wrong with the installation but I ran every command for like three times and it always said that everything was up to date.
That's already there with software packages that support it.ric96 wrote:In openarena it works well in windowed mode but in full screen mode the colors look washed out, for example the starting slash screen with the open arena logo has a while background, but in full screen mode it has a grey background.
GLmark2 testing also resulted in a few bugs:
1) one of the asteroids is only rendered partially: https://youtu.be/yVuIAmf8OEU?t=110
2) This is supposed to be a shiny bunny: https://youtu.be/yVuIAmf8OEU?t=277
3) at the end of the benchmark instead of a proper result it shows a segmentation fault error: http://geektillithertz.com/wordpress/in ... benchmark/
PS: i know this is a bug report thread, but you know what i am really interested in seeing (apart from what already has been done which is freaking awesome): DUAL display DSI+HDMI support.
Nothing that uses the gpu side API for acceleration will work with the arm side driver.ric96 wrote:Kodi in the raspbian repo doesn't work and while compiling from source i get bombarded with the following errors http://paste.ubuntu.com/15052103/
As you can see, Dom is keeping an eye, and I have asked Eben to point Eric Anholt at this thread.ghans wrote:Is this thread being monitored by the people in the know ?
If i had to guess Mailinglists are still the right place to
communicate issues to the developer(s).
Futhermore most involved projects should have a proper
bugtracker which would be easier for the devs to work with ?!
hmmm... ive been trying to compile one for sometime but getting many errors related to libgles and the generic debian repo version has many dependency issues.dom wrote:Nothing that uses the gpu side API for acceleration will work with the arm side driver.ric96 wrote:Kodi in the raspbian repo doesn't work and while compiling from source i get bombarded with the following errors http://paste.ubuntu.com/15052103/
You will never run the raspberry pi build of Kodi from raspbian repo using this driver.
You might have more luck the generic debian build of Kodi (without raspberry pi specifics in).
In theory that will use the OpenGL interface with Eric's driver. No hardware video support, but software video decode could work.