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Mali GPU driver

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vizit_f  
Thanks for the excellent work! But I also have a problem.
I run mplaer remotely from the command line. mplaer does not play the next track without pressing enter. Can anyone knows how to make the next track to play automatically? Tell me, please. Thanks!

sigmoid  
Hey guys,

Do we have any information whether the Mali driver supports running OpenCL calculations on the GPU? (If not currently, is it on a roadmap?)

vizit_f  
caratacoma replied at Thu Feb 5, 2015 18:59
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Thanks for the excellent work! But I also have a problem.
I run mplaer remotely from the command line. When I play a few tracks, mplaer does not play the next track without pressing "Enter". Maybe you know how to make the next track to play automatically? Tell me, please. Thanks!

NOTICE FOR ALL USERS: The newest download link to Mega has a trojan in the image file. It's advised that you clear root's crontab and check /etc for any suspicious files if you're using this image.

More details can be found at

https://securelist.com/analysis/ ... s-trojan-for-linux/

i dont know if this is the correct thread, but what about this?

https://github.com/allwinner-zh/media-codec

i was able to build the *.so librarys but what to do with them now?
its Something about OpenMax for sure...

Artic  
People are working on free software support for the internal memory and the Mali GPU the free software for Mali is Lima,hope it helps! http://limadriver.org/

nnn2  
americanpossum replied at Tue Mar 10, 2015 19:41
NOTICE FOR ALL USERS: The newest download link to Mega has a trojan in the image file. It's advised  ...

this is false.

Always check the downloaded image's checksum, if it matches
cc0cee7e794e38226806fcd8b6f33167  banana.7z
it's my version, as posted in the first place.

metRo_  
Is that driver load into the last Lubuntu image from download page?

metRo_  
I have download the image shared here but was unable to play any video...

I have a huge question for the Banana community. If way back on july 2014 nnn2 found a clean way to slipstream the hardware acceleration drivers for HD video playback, why in the heck has Lemaker not included them on the main Raspbian (and other images) download on the images section of thier site? Apparently Lemaker has the money and time to get people together to produce boards, but not enough man power to put out an imge to go with it... this really doesn't add up to me...

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