Long history i need to use some aarch64 libs so i loaded raspbian 64 in my rpi…
I tried with of armv7 and armv6 and was able to compile and run examples but framerate is low for example on polygonExample (± 36fps).
I tried with fake and full kms driver and different amounts of gpu memory, no diference.
main change i did on the mk files was to edit -march, tried with amrv8-a and native
Also tried with various aarch64 os and all had the same result
Anyone is using a aarch64 OS in the raspberry?
This should help ( see the end of the post ):
Thanks for this.
In your last example when you start without X it shouldn’t be running the GLFW window.
Maybe double check this line is commented out.
I’ll take a look too and see if I can get this working.
It seems that on the Pi 3 it is
possible, but I never managed to get the legacy system working on the Pi 4.
One other thing it could be that is making it slower is that the GLFW window defaults to AA being enabled. It could be that the older windows didn’t have as graphically intense…
@theo i will try tomorrow disabling AA and post results
Also found this, that looks interesting
11:03PM - 06 Jun 20 UTC
I've been writing code for the Raspberry Pi recently, and found that their official operating system comes with a desktop compositor...
disabling AA did the trick!
I too am trying to install OF on a Pi4 with the Pi OS 64 beta, but I haven’t been able to get OF to install. I’ve tried fiddling with the armv7 and armv6 distributions but both give me all sort of errors even when changing the .mk files.
Do you still have your make files?
No, sorry i dont have the files…