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OpenGL Hardware acceleration?
#1
I installed openarena on the latest tinkerOS linaro, getting around 2-5 fps.
This feels like Its using software rendering on a Pentium 2....

Is there no hardware accelerated OpenGL renderer or am I'm doing something wrong?
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#2
Try this
https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/thread-1526.html
...working my way through the 1000+ ways things don't work to find the one that does...
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#3
I was talking about Open GL not CL ... complete different thing.
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#4
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7907510/opengl-vs-opencl-which-to-choose-and-why
...working my way through the 1000+ ways things don't work to find the one that does...
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#5
Officially, there's only OpenGL ES acceleration available. Meaning no Desktop OpenGL, but only the embedded version of OpenGL.
Now, there are things like https://github.com/ptitSeb/gl4es that tries to make OpenGL applications useable with OpenGL ES drivers.

Now, if you can, try to see if your software has an OpenGL ES renderer.
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