On 26.06.2012, at 14:11, Guillaume Gardet wrote:
I am back from Solutions Linux  in Paris where we hold a booth. We also had a demo of
openSUSE running on ARM, on a Beagleboard xM.
Some pictures: http://guillaume.gardet.free.fr/openSUSE/SSL_2012/
Awesome! Thanks a lot for doing this :). I like the costume part the most though ;).
It was very attractive to have a little ARM board on
our booth, lots of people come to our booth.
The demo was quite simple, it was only a video playing (Big buck bunny ). We did not
used the DSP accelerated codecs since it does not work yet with gstreamer but we used a
software player based on libav and designed for omap devices (Beagleboards (xM) and
pandaboards (ES)): omapfbplay.
The demo was running all the day without any problem.
omapfbplay is available on my personnal build service  and directly from my repo .
For the next booth, I hope to have a real little computer on my Beaglebord xM. (Xorg,
What exactly didn't work for you there? I did have Xorg running on the xm before,
though it was slightly flaky with the omapfb xorg driver, as that exceeded the gfx bus
bandwidth quite often, resulting in black screens ;).
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