Updating opengl on ubuntu
[WARN .822616] [Surface Cache:196] Creating surface took WAY TOO LONG (255ms), enabled downscaling for this cache!
I think this step is not needed if you have a 1920x1080 monitor (someone can confirm that please ? Exemple for 1280x1024 : The output of plank is as [email protected]:~$ plank[WARN .708516] [Environment:161] XDG_SESSION_CLASS not set in this environment![WARN .209100] [Surface Cache:196] Creating surface took WAY TOO LONG (30ms), enabled downscaling for this cache![WARN .266109] [Surface Cache:196] Creating surface took WAY TOO LONG (34ms), enabled downscaling for this cache!So you can resize go fullscreen and windowed mode with all this video players !With the rpi3 even 720p work without any hardware acceleration decoding (not implemented in driver at this time).Because other kernels are beta but for enabling the opengl driver it is recommaded to have the last one until the driver would be stable.
Hi, I had a fully functioning Open GL, however I did an apt-get upgrade and a rpi-update today. I went into and disabled it there and I can now boot.
I played to some games like Quake 3 without any bug !
Tuxracer works good to with some bugs somethimes (transparency).
Incidentally the file you mention on the root partition essentially mirrors what you should see on the PI_BOOT partition. A very long time, haha Honestly i have no idea, atm i'm just happy the have got at least a working-ish driver option, the latest rpi-update giving a blank screen, even tho it is not good for use it may mean some work has been done, but tbh i'm happy with anything the contiubutors do that gives me a bit more functionality.
Most Linux distributions rely on the Mesa3D project to provide their Open GL implementation.
With 1080p videos it skips 3.5fps when playing with mpv so maybe with some overcloaking it can be !