Here share the hardfloat rootfs making document and related pkgs, please feel free for download
update the document
$ dpkg -i --force-overwrite xserver-xorg-imx-viv_3.0.35-4.0.0_armhf.deb
to replace the command mention in the documents
Just to say that I am working with a Wandboard with linaro ubuntu 12.04 LTS with John Weber's kernel (johnweber/linux · GitHub), but I was missing core libaries. I followed these instructions and I can confirm:
Thanks for the great instructions!
Very nice description, a little bit long but very precise, thank you very much for sharing this.
You forgot to attach the xorg.conf file, in the docx there is a link to a file only. That file is on your hdd.
Where did you get the armhf binaries?
Probably we could build xserver-xorg-imx-viv_3.0.35-4.0.0_armhf.deb from sources,
but where did you get the gpu-viv_imx-3.0.35-4.0.0-armhf.deb from ?
I've checked the xorg.conf in how to create ubuntu hardfloat rootfs.docx but it seems be broken.
I have tested the Linaro precise Alip and ubuntu-desktop rootfs with the Vivante 3.0.35-4.0.0 xorg driver. When I start the glxgears/es2gears app with the Alip (LXDE) I get a black window instead of the rotating gears. But when I use the ubuntu-desktop (Unity) everything works fine. I also get the black window behavior when using xorg with the matchbox window manager ...
Did someone have the same behavior or does the glxgears/es2gears app on a desktop excepting Unity?
There are many samples in the GPU SDK packages, but can't pass the compile if you use the native compile, the make file need do some change. change the Makefile.x11 DEPS_TUT to
DEPS_TUT = -lGAL -lm -lGLESv1_CM -lEGL -lX11 -ldl -Wl,--no-as-needed -Wa,-mimpli
cit-it=thumb -lXext -lXdamage -lXfixes -L /usr/lib -lpthread
Thanks, I upload the xorg.conf file, the deb files are built from the source code which release only binary file, the xorg deb should has source code in the release package, you could build it by youself, but a little complex
can you post your working file system somewhere. I am very interested in trying out your work.
Jas posted an image and blog post here:
Jas Hacks: I.MX6 - Ubuntu 13.04 with GPU acceleration
We also placed some Linaro Raring images on-line, though without GPU acceleration:
We also have some notes about how to get VPU and gstreamer working: