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With Mesa Git You Can Now Run A Completely Open Graphics Stack On The Tegra X1

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  • With Mesa Git You Can Now Run A Completely Open Graphics Stack On The Tegra X1

    Phoronix: With Mesa Git You Can Now Run A Completely Open Graphics Stack On The Tegra X1

    With today's Mesa 18.1-devel Git code, the last of the Tegra/Nouveau code has landed where it's now rounded off for offering a completely open-source and accelerated graphics stack that works well on the Tegra210 (Tegra X1) SoC...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-Tegra-In-Mesa

  • #2
    Interesting! Any hope for Tegra 3?
    (I have an Ouya and Nexus 7 collecting dust...)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Veto View Post
      Interesting! Any hope for Tegra 3?
      (I have an Ouya and Nexus 7 collecting dust...)
      I have a Nexus 7 too, been thinking about it. But too much trouble when you don't have proper documentation.

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      • #4
        The actual state of the driver isn't clear.......does it include 2D acceleration? 3D acceleration - which version of OpenGL/OpenGL ES/Vulkan does it support? How's the performance? Video decoding/encoding support? Compute support?

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        • #5
          Veto: Tegra 3 has a completely different GPU, but check out github.com/grate-driver

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