I am the one maintaining the cubox-i port, and I can say that all 13.1
and 13.2 images work.
For 13.1 I was working on hardware-accelerated OpenGL-ES and video
decoding, and it was partly working (not well though). On 13.2 these
features are however not present yet. I am waiting for a gpu-driver
update on the kernel-side that will allow using more recent binary
blobs. Then I am confident video-decoding using gstreamer, and
accelerated opengl-es will be working well!
However, device-support is in contrib-state. That means the images use
a downstream kernel, and downstream u-boot provided by solidrun, and
hardware-acceleration will always rely on proprietary blobs.
If you want to know more, check this forum thread about opensuse on
the cubox-i; it is where I usually post first if I make any
2015-04-17 16:04 GMT+08:00 Andreas Färber <afaerber(a)suse.de>de>:
Am 16.04.2015 um 21:35 schrieb Miklos Vajna:
Did anybody try the openSUSE 13.2 cuboxi image on
any CuBox versions? If
so, any idea what is the state of them, are they working, broken, etc?
I'm asking as I plan to order (probably) a CuBox-i2eX and plan to run
openSUSE on it, but I thought better to ask what's the experience with
it before going ahead. :-)
I believe Raymund got 13.2 to work on the Cubox-i during last Hackweek
(Interstellar). Hopefully that also means the JeOS image works. :)
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