I'm establishing a startup company and decided to use ARM devices as thin clients for my company's VDI solution. I have recently bought an RK3288-based device which uses a MALI-764 GPU. The device has Ubuntu 14.04 installed, but it is missing the 3D Hardware Acceleration functionality due to missing MALI 764 drivers.
However, I found the drivers available on Developer.
My question is: How can I compile these drivers to gain full 3D hardware acceleration on my linux-based device?
Thank YouJasbir already made some impressive progress:
Tiny Devices: RK3288 - Firefly development board
Instanced Tesselation GLES 3.0 demo on Firefly (RK3288) board (Mali fbdev drivers) - YouTube
also other developers make some progress with Mali and the RK3288 SOC in general:
Heiko Stübner - Google+
Unfortunately this is all for 3.14 kernel or mainline kernel.
The Firefly board runs 3.10 Linux kernel.
I tried to compile with the new Mali T76x drivers but getting errors compiling GPU.
Hope someone or Rockchip can create the necessary patches to make it work.