[meta-freescale] Regarding bitbaking for custom board (IMX6Q)with no display, for adding GPU support
abhilash.abraham at vvdntech.com
Tue Jun 9 05:54:02 PDT 2015
Thanks for the information.
I have one more query. After the GPU processing, I need to
copy the processed frame to user space to send it to remote system. I'm
confused whether I should be calling eglSwapBuffer and read from fb0, fb1
alternately or read from fb0 alone after the buffer swap.
With Warm Regards,
Abhilash T Abraham
VVDN Technologies Pvt Ltd
*Cell* : +91 9995202916 | *Skype* : abhilashtabraham
On Tue, Jun 9, 2015 at 5:44 PM, Daiane Angolini <daiane.list at gmail.com>
> On Tue, Jun 9, 2015 at 7:38 AM, Abhilash Abraham
> <abhilash.abraham at vvdntech.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm having a custom board with IMX6Q with no display. I'm
> > my captured frame being send to a remote system via socket. I'm using the
> > v4l2 interface for the capture and sending it to GPU for some processing
> > need to take the processed data and send to the remote system. I have the
> > following queries:
> > 1. Should I be using an image without x11 and wayland because to my
> > understanding the GPU processed image is coming in the framebuffers
> > and to use this I presume both x11 and wayland should be removed. Or in
> > other words can I read from /dev/fb* even if its a x11 build?
> If your board does not have a display, I think it's really better to
> avoid X11 or Wayland and stick to Framebuffer
> > 2. Which is the best image to be bitbaked for my purpose?
> Your own image.
> Start with core-image-basic, and then include the packages you need.
> > With Warm Regards,
> > Abhilash T Abraham
> > VVDN Technologies Pvt Ltd
> > Cell : +91 9995202916 | Skype : abhilashtabraham
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