[Meego-tv] MeeGo-tv Digest, Vol 7, Issue 2
martin.brook100 at googlemail.com
Sun Jul 3 04:31:17 PDT 2011
Hi alison, niels
I'm working the trimslice at the moment and am booting to console on MeeGo
core so far. Compulabs sent me a part after seeing my MeeGo work with tegra
on the Vega. Search tegra on MeeGo wiki.
I am currently trying to get a framebuffer up. My TV recognises a signal so
far but only shows black.
Compulab have been very good and promised to talk to nvidia about hardfp.
Nvidia have also just released a new version of their linux for tegra
package supporting recent xorgs.
There is a MeeGo section on the trimslice forums and also #trimslice.
I mentioned to the guys at compulabs about the TV working group and that
they might considerer making contact. They said they would be open to an
approach to join.
If anyone needs contact details ping me.
On Sun, Jul 3, 2011 at 1:45 AM, Alison Chaiken <alchaiken at gmail.com> wrote:
> Niels asks:
> > It would be great if a more readily available mass-production solution
> > were available for MeeGo TV development.
> I would personally love to play with this ARM alternative:
> although the list of unsupported features is discouraging.
> We in the MeeGo-IVI community have similar problems with lack of an
> identified development platform. At the recent SF conference, I
> convened a BoF to discuss this very problem. Afterwards I gathered
> up input from attendees and created this summary table:
> If someone out there knows of more Atom alternatives, please add them
> to the table! At the moment I have been working with the Pandaboard
> and have just picked up a Snowball. IVI is keeping my hands full but
> I'm watching the TV developments with great enthusiasm.
> Alison Chaiken
> (650) 279-5600 (cell)
> Spend much time at the cutting edge and you're liable to get cut.
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