Angstrom/Ubuntu - Flash 10.1, SGX, DSP and xM audio Drivers

Hi,

Just wanted an update on the current status the above in terms of
public availibility and usage of the above technologies.

Is the intention of Adobe/TI to make Flash 10.1 player publically and
freely available for these distributions of Linux on the OMAP3 and
more specifically Beagleboard/xM Platform?

Is there also an intention for the SGX drivers be publically and
freely available or acceleration open source reverse engineered to use
as standard drivers across all applications in these distributions?

I notice that the DSP drivers have been implemented for Gstreamer
within Angstrom, is there an intention to port this to Ubuntu? Does
mplayer now use the DSP acceleration for video in the latest demo
image? Does omapfbplay already use DSP acceleration? Will implementing
sound on omapfbplay take a lot of work?

Has the audio for the xM been fixed in the latest demo image of
Angstrom yet, as I see that that somebody has found a fix for Ubuntu.

lchile wrote:

Hi,

Just wanted an update on the current status the above in terms of
public availibility and usage of the above technologies.

Is the intention of Adobe/TI to make Flash 10.1 player publically and
freely available for these distributions of Linux on the OMAP3 and
more specifically Beagleboard/xM Platform?

Is there also an intention for the SGX drivers be publically and
freely available or acceleration open source reverse engineered to use
as standard drivers across all applications in these distributions?

I notice that the DSP drivers have been implemented for Gstreamer
within Angstrom, is there an intention to port this to Ubuntu? Does
mplayer now use the DSP acceleration for video in the latest demo

mplayer: no dsp yet, patches welcome

image? Does omapfbplay already use DSP acceleration? Will implementing

omapfbplay uses the ivahd on omap4, no dsp for omap3 yet, patches welcome

sound on omapfbplay take a lot of work?

Mans hinted on working on this...

Thanks for that info.