[wpe-webkit] AArch64 builds in AUR
andrea.giammarchi at gmail.com
Fri Mar 22 13:23:59 PDT 2019
Last update for the Raspberry Pi 3 and Arch Linux
- the touch screen works but it needs linux-aarch64-raspberrypi-bin
which actually gave me some other issue (but it works in general)
- most CSS, WebGL, 2D canvas demos are fine, even without overclocking
the pi, and either at 720p or 480p (touch screen resolution)
What still doesn't feel right ...
- I've seen this demo running on a video, no way it works here
http://www.emerveille.fr/lab/helloracer/index.html ... is there any
remote way to debug the WPE console / errors?
- this demo says that something is missing ... as if the WebGL version I
am using is not updated enough: http://madebyevan.com/webgl-water/
- there is no way I can run the pasta demo at the same speed shown in
Accordingly, I wonder if I'm still missing something ... like building
Cairo with OpenGL instead of GLESv2 ... or building something else with
OpenGL or GLEv2 enabled (mesa? ... FAIK video core is already mainstream
Any sort of hint/clarification would be appreciated, thanks.
P.S. I'm happy regardless with the result 'cause it's still the best kiosk
I could imagine for a Pi so far 👋
On Fri, Mar 22, 2019 at 5:47 PM Diego Moore <diego.moore at gmail.com> wrote:
> I will look into this over the weekend and report back.
> I didn’t make much progress on a rooted AMLogic set-top-box so let me try
> on the RPI or Khadas VIM first to see if that’s the issue.
> On 22 Mar 2019, at 12:28, Andrea Giammarchi <andrea.giammarchi at gmail.com>
> Hi Diego (and others)
> So, I like automations but having conflicts with dependencies is not super
> simple to handle.
> I had to re-package cog as cog-wpe-gl so it doesn't bother trying to
> rebuild wpewebkit from the scratch.
> To install all packages you can simply:
> bash <(curl -s archibold.io/kiosk/utils/wpe-aarch64)
> the content of the file is here:
> If you want to install everything from scratch with one command, and
> low-to-little interaction (unfortunately mandatory), I've prepared a s
> script that does all the things for you:
> Boot and login as root, type this:
> bash <(curl -s archibold.io/kiosk/wpe)
> Follow the instructions (it will ask you from time to time to add some
> root or alarm password)
> If everything goes fine, at the end of the script it should reboot into
> full screen 720p kiosk on a local page showing the IP add and info.
> You can then ssh alarm at 192.168.1.111 (or whatever address it shows) and
> change the initial page from that point on, to anything else you like.
> If you are into NodeJS you can follow these instructions:
> Have fun 👋
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