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  • Official 7″ Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Display and FreeBSD | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    4 26 pm FreeBSD supports Beaglebone Black Still Pi is a lot of fun So far it s the only device FreeBSD has GPU support Reply Arto Pekkanen October 25 2015 at 1 03 pm Does it have full hardware acceleration for graphics in X org How about OpenGL RPi CPU includes the proprietary VideoCore video accelerator to offload video decoding does that work too It also has OpenSource driver https wiki matthiasbock net index php Hardware accelerated video playback on the Raspberry Pi Reply gonzo October 26 2015 at 2 36 am Not sure about Xorg but it supports OpenGL ES I created FreeBSD port of ioquake3 some time ago http kernelnomicon org p 427 Als I was able to run Qt5 with eglfs driver http kernelnomicon org p 461 Video decoder is supported too video playback demo in opt vc works I haven t tried any real life media software like gstreamer I haven t checked this functionality recently but I m planning on testing all this stuff soon Reply Arto Pekkanen October 26 2015 at 4 50 pm Awesome I will be following your blog for progress This is very interesting news for FreeBSD embedded application developers

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=540&replytocom=37756 (2016-02-01)
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  • Official 7″ Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Display and FreeBSD | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    4 26 pm FreeBSD supports Beaglebone Black Still Pi is a lot of fun So far it s the only device FreeBSD has GPU support Reply Arto Pekkanen October 25 2015 at 1 03 pm Does it have full hardware acceleration for graphics in X org How about OpenGL RPi CPU includes the proprietary VideoCore video accelerator to offload video decoding does that work too It also has OpenSource driver https wiki matthiasbock net index php Hardware accelerated video playback on the Raspberry Pi Reply gonzo October 26 2015 at 2 36 am Not sure about Xorg but it supports OpenGL ES I created FreeBSD port of ioquake3 some time ago http kernelnomicon org p 427 Als I was able to run Qt5 with eglfs driver http kernelnomicon org p 461 Video decoder is supported too video playback demo in opt vc works I haven t tried any real life media software like gstreamer I haven t checked this functionality recently but I m planning on testing all this stuff soon Reply Arto Pekkanen October 26 2015 at 4 50 pm Awesome I will be following your blog for progress This is very interesting news for FreeBSD embedded application developers

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=540&replytocom=37780 (2016-02-01)
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  • Official 7″ Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Display and FreeBSD | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    26 pm FreeBSD supports Beaglebone Black Still Pi is a lot of fun So far it s the only device FreeBSD has GPU support Reply Arto Pekkanen October 25 2015 at 1 03 pm Does it have full hardware acceleration for graphics in X org How about OpenGL RPi CPU includes the proprietary VideoCore video accelerator to offload video decoding does that work too It also has OpenSource driver https wiki matthiasbock net index php Hardware accelerated video playback on the Raspberry Pi Reply gonzo October 26 2015 at 2 36 am Not sure about Xorg but it supports OpenGL ES I created FreeBSD port of ioquake3 some time ago http kernelnomicon org p 427 Als I was able to run Qt5 with eglfs driver http kernelnomicon org p 461 Video decoder is supported too video playback demo in opt vc works I haven t tried any real life media software like gstreamer I haven t checked this functionality recently but I m planning on testing all this stuff soon Reply Arto Pekkanen October 26 2015 at 4 50 pm Awesome I will be following your blog for progress This is very interesting news for FreeBSD embedded application developers Reply

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=540&replytocom=37819 (2016-02-01)
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  • RaspberryPi, FreeBSD and ioquake3 | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    can navigate menus and watch demoes Here is short summary of how to get it running Get latest HEAD that includes r276794 Get latest crochet freebsd Create configuration file for RasspberryPi make sure that it s configured for 2Gb SD card and has VideoCore enabled i e it contains option ImageSize 1950mb for 2 Gigabyte card option VideoCore Build RPi image and flash to SD card mount FreeBSD partition e g mount dev mmcsd0s2a mnt Copy Quake3 PAK files to baseq3 directory on SD card Download http people freebsd org gonzo arm ioquake3 arm tar gz and copy so files to baseq3 and ioqake3 arm to usr bin on SD card Unmount FreeBSD partition and mount boot partiotion e g mount msdosfs dev mmcsd0s1 mnt Edit config txt and change gpu mem value to 64 Unmount SD card and boot it on your Pi Load vchiq module kldload vchiq Start Quake3 ioqake3 arm set s initsound 0 Keyboard support is really broken TAB and ENTER works so you can navigate menus But that s pretty much it ioquake3 codebase with my minor changes located here https github com gonzoua quake3 I provide pre compiled binaries because for some reason ioquake3 built with xdev tools crash in qsort libc incompatibilities so I use make buildenv to build it And here is photo of demo in action there are RaspberryPi and ZedBoard on it too yay In ARM Raspberry Pi freebsd raspberry pi vchiq gonzo Posts Website State of FreeBSD MIPS Audio on Raspberry Pi 2 responses to RaspberryPi FreeBSD and ioquake3 Mick February 13 2015 at 7 11 pm Hi Is there a way to install the VideoCore driver and supporting files from a running FreeBSD RPI system Thanks Mick Reply gonzo February 28 2015 at 7 28 pm Sorry for

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=427 (2016-02-01)
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  • Official 7″ Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Display and FreeBSD | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    4 26 pm FreeBSD supports Beaglebone Black Still Pi is a lot of fun So far it s the only device FreeBSD has GPU support Reply Arto Pekkanen October 25 2015 at 1 03 pm Does it have full hardware acceleration for graphics in X org How about OpenGL RPi CPU includes the proprietary VideoCore video accelerator to offload video decoding does that work too It also has OpenSource driver https wiki matthiasbock net index php Hardware accelerated video playback on the Raspberry Pi Reply gonzo October 26 2015 at 2 36 am Not sure about Xorg but it supports OpenGL ES I created FreeBSD port of ioquake3 some time ago http kernelnomicon org p 427 Als I was able to run Qt5 with eglfs driver http kernelnomicon org p 461 Video decoder is supported too video playback demo in opt vc works I haven t tried any real life media software like gstreamer I haven t checked this functionality recently but I m planning on testing all this stuff soon Reply Arto Pekkanen October 26 2015 at 4 50 pm Awesome I will be following your blog for progress This is very interesting news for FreeBSD embedded application developers

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=540&replytocom=37839 (2016-02-01)
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  • Official 7″ Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Display and FreeBSD | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    26 pm FreeBSD supports Beaglebone Black Still Pi is a lot of fun So far it s the only device FreeBSD has GPU support Reply Arto Pekkanen October 25 2015 at 1 03 pm Does it have full hardware acceleration for graphics in X org How about OpenGL RPi CPU includes the proprietary VideoCore video accelerator to offload video decoding does that work too It also has OpenSource driver https wiki matthiasbock net index php Hardware accelerated video playback on the Raspberry Pi Reply gonzo October 26 2015 at 2 36 am Not sure about Xorg but it supports OpenGL ES I created FreeBSD port of ioquake3 some time ago http kernelnomicon org p 427 Als I was able to run Qt5 with eglfs driver http kernelnomicon org p 461 Video decoder is supported too video playback demo in opt vc works I haven t tried any real life media software like gstreamer I haven t checked this functionality recently but I m planning on testing all this stuff soon Reply Arto Pekkanen October 26 2015 at 4 50 pm Awesome I will be following your blog for progress This is very interesting news for FreeBSD embedded application developers Reply

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=540&replytocom=37865 (2016-02-01)
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  • FreeBSD, BBB, and 4DCAPE-43T: touchscreen | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    comparing to stock one I added bsd raw input plugin to communicate with kernel and rewrote framebuffer related routines Code is in 4dcape 43t branch in my work in progress GitHub repo and in freebsd branch of tslib fork In Uncategorized gonzo Posts Website More fun with Beaglebone Official 7 Raspberry Pi 3 responses to FreeBSD BBB and 4DCAPE 43T touchscreen Frank Harvey October 17 2015 at 12 44 pm Gonzo thanks for this I am looking at the 4D 4 3 LCD and this helps a bunch Keep up all the great hacking Loving the HDMI support you added to the Beaglebone Reply Arto Pekkanen November 5 2015 at 4 18 am Btw have you been following the developments of the graphics and input stack Relevant article https wiki freebsd org 201510DevSummit GraphicsStack It seems like EvDev will be ported to FreeBSD followed by LibInput to get xf86 input evdev to handle all input in X org Does any Linux for RPi like Raspian use EvDev LibInput and xf86 input evdev to enable external touch screen support in X org Would this be the future software stack to enable external touch screen support in X org with FreeBSD on RPi compatible devices or are there other alternatives Reply gonzo November 5 2015 at 11 46 am I wasn t aware of this effort Thanks for pointing me to it Having evdev would mean a lot of software can work on FreeBSD without major modification Like Qt I think raspbian uses official 7 touchscreen as a mouse through evdev at least that s how I read code I already have driver for it for FreeBSD only missing piece is userland integration in HEAD my hack does not count evdev would be this missing link Reply Leave a Reply to Frank

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=534&replytocom=37567 (2016-02-01)
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  • FreeBSD, BBB, and 4DCAPE-43T: touchscreen | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    comparing to stock one I added bsd raw input plugin to communicate with kernel and rewrote framebuffer related routines Code is in 4dcape 43t branch in my work in progress GitHub repo and in freebsd branch of tslib fork In Uncategorized gonzo Posts Website More fun with Beaglebone Official 7 Raspberry Pi 3 responses to FreeBSD BBB and 4DCAPE 43T touchscreen Frank Harvey October 17 2015 at 12 44 pm Gonzo thanks for this I am looking at the 4D 4 3 LCD and this helps a bunch Keep up all the great hacking Loving the HDMI support you added to the Beaglebone Reply Arto Pekkanen November 5 2015 at 4 18 am Btw have you been following the developments of the graphics and input stack Relevant article https wiki freebsd org 201510DevSummit GraphicsStack It seems like EvDev will be ported to FreeBSD followed by LibInput to get xf86 input evdev to handle all input in X org Does any Linux for RPi like Raspian use EvDev LibInput and xf86 input evdev to enable external touch screen support in X org Would this be the future software stack to enable external touch screen support in X org with FreeBSD on RPi compatible devices or are there other alternatives Reply gonzo November 5 2015 at 11 46 am I wasn t aware of this effort Thanks for pointing me to it Having evdev would mean a lot of software can work on FreeBSD without major modification Like Qt I think raspbian uses official 7 touchscreen as a mouse through evdev at least that s how I read code I already have driver for it for FreeBSD only missing piece is userland integration in HEAD my hack does not count evdev would be this missing link Reply Leave a Reply to Arto

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=534&replytocom=38186 (2016-02-01)
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