[beagleboard] OGRE3D running on beagleboard with powervr drivers

Koen,

Where did you get the RenderSystem for OpenGL ES 2.0?

Leandro

Koen,

Nm, I found it in ogre's svn.

Leandro

It's still GLES1 and it's in ogre svn. I needed to patch it to make it work: https://sourceforge.net/tracker2/?func=detail&atid=302997&aid=2580069&group_id=2997

regards,

Koen

Hi,
I have successfully installed the musb gadget enabled version of Uboot (http://elinux.org/U-boot_musb_gadget_support). With that I can connect to beagle U-boot just over USB (no serial cable : the USB provides power AND serial connection to the Beagle).
However I have not yet succeeded in connecting to Angstrom in the same way (when booting Angstrom, I loose contact … except on the “old” ttyS2 serial line I want to do away with). Could someone tell me what the proper settings for U-boot and Angstrom (demo version, extra drivers, configuration ?) would be to (minicom/serial) talk to Angstrom over USB (ie just one cable between host and beagle…)…
As a bonus, is there any way I could send the beagle graphic display as well to a laptop PC running (k)ubuntu linux, still over USB, using VNC or whatever, or am I asking too much?

Thanks in advance for any hints …

Laurent

Hi, I did a reply to a random beagle mail to get the adress field, and then changed the subject before sending the message below to create a new thread. It was somehow interpreted as a thread subject change, in effect killing the OGRE3D thread. That did not confuse my mailer (which sorts threads by subject) but it did obviously confuse the google group website, as Geof Cohler kindly let me know.

I’ll make sure I don’t repeat that mistake, and am now trying to fix it by repeating the operation by replying to my own message to change the thread subject back to OGRE 3D. For the USB question, I will try to post it again in a few days, as a new thread. I am really sorry about that mistake, and I was certainly not trying to hijack the OGRE3D discussion (speaking of that demo, it rocks !!). Sorry about the inconvenience, that was definitely not intended.

Laurent