opengl on ubuntu core 16 on artik 10?

Kevin Gunn kevin.gunn at
Tue Jan 10 17:35:12 UTC 2017

Hey Dan -
I'm not certain what your use case is, but seems your open to considering
other hw.
In which case, I might point out we've done a little bit with our ubuntu
graphics stack on top of dragonboard with quite a bit of ease. There's a
variety of Qt examples [1], webbrowser [2] and even kodi [3].
If you try these out and have any issues please do let me know.



On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 10:36 AM, Dan Kegel <dank at> wrote:

> > Did you run the oxide-eglfs-snap example on Pi? If so, do you still need
> > other platform to run opengl on ubuntu core?
> Thank you for the links!
> The Pi is awesome as a starting point for users, but is underpowered
> for some of our applications.
> It's attractive to have a faster/fatter alternative that can run the
> same snaps (ok, the opengl difference would need some finesse, but it
> seems doable and writing a demo showing how to do it sounds like a
> fun project).
> And having a 2GB pi-compatible arm system would reduce latency for
> continuous integration try builds...
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