Except it doesn't appear to have vivante drivers, from glxinfo's output it reports to be using Mesa's software renderer:
Hoping this means we'll also see full hardware acceleration (enabled by default) in the armhf Ubuntu image!
@lhl - I think there is some community effort in the unofficial IRC channel #udoo to build a user-space Vivante driver but it hasn't borne fruit yet.
I definitely saw it in the Play Store which is presumably uses a WebView, so perhaps that is the common factor?
Thanks for the install notes, this was very helpful to get benchmarking tools up and running!
I see this too, but it doesn't appear to be limited to just the browser, several applications seem to suffer from this too though I've only seen...
Can't say I've tried glmark2, but does the 12.04 image have GL drivers?
I need hard float and GLES2 for openFrameworks, so I suppose I will...
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