opengl 2.0 es on beagle board

Hi,

Anyone has a cheatsheet/FAQ on how to get opengl hardware acceleration working on beagle board?

Thanks,
Guo

"guo tang" <tangguo77@gmail.com> writes:

Hi,

Anyone has a cheatsheet/FAQ on how to get opengl hardware acceleration
working on beagle board?

Yes, you wait. See http://elinux.org/BeagleBoard#Graphics_accelerator

Could you be alittle bit more specific on that? I am learning OpenGL
coding now under Windows and I plan on trying to port over a OpenGL
program to the beagleboard. Any suggestions on how and what linux
distro is possible to boot on the beagleboard to do this? (I plan on
Angstrom right now)

Could you be alittle bit more specific on that? I am learning OpenGL
coding now under Windows and I plan on trying to port over a OpenGL
program to the beagleboard. Any suggestions on how and what linux
distro is possible to boot on the beagleboard to do this? (I plan on
Angstrom right now)

What Måns meant is that the drivers for OpenGL ES are not
available yet. In the mean time your best bet is to use
IMG tech OpenGL ES "emulation" that can be run on Windows
and Linux on your PC. Look here:

http://www.imgtec.com/powervr/insider/sdkdownloads/index.asp#GLES2

You will to register on their site, first.

HTH,

Laurent