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Electron Issue - openGL accelerating?
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Hi, there.
I have an ELECTRON issue on TinkerBoard to solve.
Since I upgrade ELECTRON, my node app is not showing it's screen any more. I've heard Electron is using openGL desktop accelerating (whatever it is).
 
In Raspberry PI, people solved that problem by using vc4-kms-v3d-overlay.dts
But as I know, TinkerOS is little different with RPI, so I cannot find vc4-xxx... alternative. How can I solve it? what is an equivalent way to using `vc4-kms-v3d-overlay.dts` on RPI ?

Thanks advanced.
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#2
As I know, TinkerOS supports OpenGL ES (not OpenGL) default, and no requires addition settings to enable it.
I don't have much experience in how to dev with Electron. So following test result is based on what I know.
[Image: y9NwAo3.png]
https://i.imgur.com/y9NwAo3.png
Is that the right test?
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#3
(07-12-2018, 12:52 PM)Craz_tyle Wrote: As I know, TinkerOS supports OpenGL ES (not OpenGL) default, and no requires addition settings to enable it.
I don't have much experience in how to dev with Electron. So following test result is based on what I know.
[Image: y9NwAo3.png]
https://i.imgur.com/y9NwAo3.png
Is that the right test?

Thank you for your reply. I'll tell this information to developer for checking.
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