OS/X11 support for XO-1 hardware?

NoiseEHC NoiseEHC at freemail.hu
Thu Feb 26 05:26:52 EST 2009

If you need it for some game then here is how to do it: attached.

A little question to Jordan Crouse or anybody else who can answer.
Here Jodran told me that the Geode can do XV flipping:
It can be that he either did not reflect to that one part of my message 
or I am just too stupid to make it work. So what I do not see in the XV 
documentation is how to allocate two xvideo frames and flip between 
them? What this code currently does is allocating one frame and doing 
XvShmPutImage. Because its speed depends on the size of the xvideo frame 
I think it does blittting (copying) and not flipping (switching).
So how to do flipping?

Actually I would need 3 frames for triple buffering but I would be happy 
even with 2 frames.

Chris Marshall wrote:
> With the spin-off of Sugar development to sugarlabs,
> it is nice to see the development continued.
> However, it seems that the OLPC layoffs and refocus
> has scuttled the work to complete some OS and system
> software support for the XO-1 hardware features.
> For example, I have been waiting for the video scaler
> support to allow for adjustable display resolutions on
> the XO.  Among other things, it would allow programs
> that don't understand a 1200x900 but only 6x4" display
> to work at a more usable resolution where the graphic
> elements and text/fonts are consistent and visible to
> the naked eye...  It would allow for much improved
> video performance since you could play back a 320x240
> video on the full screen at considerable CPU savings.
> I had thought this capability would be coming with
> the Fedora 10 move in 9.1.0.  With that release now
> scuttled, I'm wondering more generally, are these
> pieces being picked up anywhere?
> Would it make sense to have an 8.2.2 release involving
> the move to Fedora 10 but pretty much the same as
> 8.2.1 otherwise?
> --Chris
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