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 MeeGo running on Trim-Slice for the 1st time 
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Post MeeGo running on Trim-Slice for the 1st time
That did the trick,

http://twitpic.com/5oqp1r

MeeGo on trimslice framebuffer.

Can't wait for those hardfp drivers.

vgrade


vgrade wrote:
I noticed that the author has a clone of the timslice kernel on git with this patch applied.

Built it earlier but not tried it yet as I'm in the middle of testing something else first.

Will let you know.

vgrade


Mon Jul 11, 2011 8:43 pm
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Post Re: Frame-buffer in MeeGo
It's on it's side, can it be rotated?
I'd this using any nv drivers/code, or just what you compiled? And can you point me to git (never mind, found it), thanks and good work


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Mon Jul 11, 2011 9:17 pm
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Post Re: Frame-buffer in MeeGo
Hi Pepedog,

Yes it can be but I just wanted to get an image out to spark some interest and put some pressure on for the hardfp drivers.

This is raw framebuffer only no nvrm stuff.

MeeGo is built hardfp so the nvrm stuff is no use until its recompiled.

vgrade


pepedog wrote:
It's on it's side, can it be rotated?
I'd this using any nv drivers/code, or just what you compiled?


Mon Jul 11, 2011 9:20 pm
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