But can it run minecraft?
#1
Is there any guidance on this issue, I kind of want to demo it on a video since I got mc to run on my pi. Can the PBP do the same with the correct magical commands?
#2
Have you tried setting up the MC Pi edition yet? This seems to be an available option people with Chromebooks have been using, too: https://mcpelauncher.readthedocs.io/en/l...arted.html
#3
Pi Edition, if you can get it, should just work.

For normal (Java Edition) Minecraft, there's a lot of work to do for it, but it should be possible. From what I remember it's mostly to do with replacing the LWJGL version for x86 that comes with MC, with one compiled for ARM.
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#4
Lol the pi addition is like being forced to have an abortion, but it seems minetest works Smile
#5
@Atton this thread on reddit might be of some help if you're feeling adventurous.

https://www.reddit.com/r/chromeos/commen...n/dhb6t7k/
#6
Did some testing on this with various versions of linux. In one cases thanks to software rendering it can work with the following guide. https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewt...8&t=243946
I honestly don't have a clue how to get opengl working on the system so the fps sucks.


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