I didn't think it was drama. We all had our concerns. And you've swooped in and seem pretty confident with your direction.
I'll take that.
Careful feeding us so much news in short periods of time, we'll come to expect it!
Most importantly it was good to see you excited about news in this video...
I don't envy the decision that ED has to make.
I bought new feet for my mouse and I was sick of the sticky feeling that I assumed was just sweat that had built up. I tried washing the shell with different soaps but I found it easier to scrape the problem off.
I'm starting to think that the layer...
1 shot video was great. 20 minutes feels like long enough though unless you have a lot more content to cover.
The cases look fine. I know there are visible marks but you had to work hard to find them in the light. With the keyboard lighting and the logo lighting surely they'd almost disappear.
Yes, a webpage can be rendered at different resolutions, like 1080 OR 720. But can a single process render 1080 AND 720 at the same time since it is meant to be "mirrored". No (as others have mentioned).
Could it still be considered mirroring if the browser was able to apply different media...
I don't think the limitation is a pyra thing, but a mirroring thing. If you mirror one 720p screen, it'll be 720p on the other. Could you imagine a webpage being rendered on the built in screen at 720p then magically re-rendered at 1080p on the other? Wouldn't happen.
There are definitely some limitations to what you can do. Battery, sound, volume wheel and additional inputs are probably out.
I can get Firefox working with the install from https://projects.goldelico.com/p/gta04-makesd/ but when I compile the kernel myself and use the image from...
https://dev.pyra-handheld.com/packages/dbp doesn't look empty to me. I can't remember if the repo uses the same credentials as the forum or if you have to sign up again.
Have you found the OS repo at https://projects.goldelico.com/projects/ ? Apparently that should run on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ if...
Put up in a place
where it's easy to see
the cryptic admonishment
When you feel how depressingly
slowly you climb,
it's well to remember that
Things Take Time.
-edit- Trying to fix link
I feel dirty voting yes but I thought it'd be interesting to discuss.
Raspbian comes with a default user who has sudo access. A default password is just as bad as no password. (Now that I've started to think about it, SSH access may not be on by default).
What are the chances of deploying a...
If video is needed, like to show off a finished prototype and the state of the testing software, as long as video editing isn't too demanding on time, a quick video is awesome.
It was really good to see you looking refreshed. You may have sounded a little exhausted in the last one.
Whilst I appreciate ED wanting perfection and exploring different options for improving the case, I was a little amused by the switch controllers when they arrived. I think some of this is wear now but there was a noticeable 'defect' in the plastic.
The best bit is now I understand why those...
Just because I did some reading:
From the cortex_a15_trm:
The Cortex-A15 MPCore processor includes the following features:
• Full implementation of the ARMv7-A architecture
Whilst the OMAP5432TRM states:
The IPU subsystem integrates the following:
• Two ARM...
I'm trying. Understanding the Kernel for the first time was a much bigger task than I thought it was going to be. I finally got through the 6000 page TRM for the OMAP5432 and it was exciting to see how detailed the TILER information was. How to apply it seemed conceptually easy. Write to memory...
Bought the EVM board from digikey: https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/svtronics-inc/UEVM5432G-02-12-00/1055-1004-ND/4209473
Downloaded and compiled uBoot and kernel from http://git.goldelico.com/ (Mostly an uphill battle for an ADSL1 user)
Currently at page 5000 of 6000 of the TRM for the...