[Arm-netbook] Mali X11 for normal people?

Dmitriy B. rzk333 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 30 09:27:34 BST 2012

First, read god damn manual installation, there is a word about where to
find ump includes, second, dont expect help about linux-sunxi here, this is
arm-netbook, linux-sunxi now has its own mailing list because A10 stuff was
overwhelming arm-netbook.

I'm sorry that I forgot about your request of binaries, here they are
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1096320/mali400-r3p0.tar, you need next_mali
branch kernel to run this,
Also, dont forget to delete mesa-egl
(libegl1-mesa/libgles1-mesa/libgles2-mesa* *packages for Linaro) libraries
from your system, they are usually
in /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/mesa-egl/ for armhf multiarch systems,
check ld.conf.d for sure.

I will eventually create .deb that will delete mesa-egl from system and
install our libraries & xorg driver.

Best regards,
Dmitriy Beykun

2012/9/29 Roman Mamedov <rm at romanrm.ru>

> Hello,
> I have tried building the Mali X11 driver according to the page at
> http://linux-sunxi.org/Mali400, but still have no success.
> There are 3 obscurely named versions of binary libraries, some of which
> come
> in different variants, without explanation as to which one I should get, or
> are these even relevant for my task at all. In addition there is an
> "Automated
> install" process, which just fails at "ump/ump.h: No such file or
> directory"
> Can someone PLEASE just upload a pre-built "mali_drv.so" for Xorg and all
> the dependency lib*'s it requires, that would work on Debian armhf. Not
> even
> asking for a .deb package, just a bunch of files with a note which one to
> copy
> where would do.
> Or is this way too much to ask and I should go back to trying to figure
> out how to build this crap from scratch on my system.
> --
> With respect,
> Roman
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> "Stallman had a printer,
> with code he could not see.
> So he began to tinker,
> and set the software free."
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