can OpenGL ES apps be developed on Linux?
i assume they can on Windows.. then, are there some special drivers that would emulate display or you use 'normal' OpenGL drivers for windows and expect it to work the same on actual hardware?
any easy link with hardware that has full hw accel?
what Operating Systems run those devices?
any Unix/Linux like?
who makes drivers?
are drivers good?
how 'accelerated' is hw acceleration on those devices,
can they manage, say Quake 1 engine? (maybe without textures)
i quite like the idea of small footprint OpenGL and even if its only a subset id like to use it for full desktop apps. ..is it possible to make any use of this OpenGL ES on Linux with some driver, emulator maybe... whatever?
im after really, really small OpenGL/Linux system and wish i could make some use of this ogl ES, my project is here:
Linux based OpenGL development system without X
Live CD myOS-1_0_3.iso - 12.8Mb (2007-03-24)
this fits on 1.44mb without development components, so i guess it can qualify as embedded system, hope you'll find it interesting...
does anyone know if this linux could be installed on some of the embedded devices or, if not, what needs to be changed?
i've found people talking of "embedded linux" is that any particular distro?