OpenGL/ES on RP64
#1
I am using Pinebook Pro, but I also think about buying some RockPro or similar SBC. The main purpose would be some server together with some retro gaming. I don't want to use some precompiled image like Lakka or Recalbox, cause I also want to use it as a print server, mpd server etc. So I prefer running clean Armbian or similar up to date distro. And now there is a problem. Does RockPro OS support OpenGL/ES out of the box? Or do I need to mess with building drivers like on Banana/Orange Pi?

Also, is it fine to use RockPro or some RK3399 derivative like RockPi, Orange Pi 4 etc.?
#2
(07-06-2020, 12:27 AM)Wizzard Wrote: I am using Pinebook Pro, but I also think about buying some RockPro or similar SBC. The main purpose would be some server together with some retro gaming. I don't want to use some precompiled image like Lakka or Recalbox, cause I also want to use it as a print server, mpd server etc. So I prefer running clean Armbian or similar up to date distro. And now there is a problem. Does RockPro OS support OpenGL/ES out of the box? Or do I need to mess with building drivers like on Banana/Orange Pi?

Also, is it fine to use RockPro or some RK3399 derivative like RockPi, Orange Pi 4 etc.?

PM me your shipping address including phone number and email address, I will provide RockPro64 to you. Panfrost already OpenGL/ES on RockPro64.
#3
(07-08-2020, 12:56 AM)tllim Wrote:
(07-06-2020, 12:27 AM)Wizzard Wrote: I am using Pinebook Pro, but I also think about buying some RockPro or similar SBC. The main purpose would be some server together with some retro gaming. I don't want to use some precompiled image like Lakka or Recalbox, cause I also want to use it as a print server, mpd server etc. So I prefer running clean Armbian or similar up to date distro. And now there is a problem. Does RockPro OS support OpenGL/ES out of the box? Or do I need to mess with building drivers like on Banana/Orange Pi?

Also, is it fine to use RockPro or some RK3399 derivative like RockPi, Orange Pi 4 etc.?

PM me your shipping address including phone number and email address, I will provide RockPro64 to you. Panfrost already OpenGL/ES on RockPro64.

Thank you very much, I cannot wait to try it!
#4
Ok, I got it today, so I am just trying to run stella without WM like I do on my Banana Pi. I am not sure yet if it supports OpenGL ES on Armbian, will write later after I will find out something.


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