Is omapdrm the successor to omapfb? And if so, do you think that it might be a better investment of my time to try getting the latest archarm kernel working with the open pandora (using notaz's kernel configs as a guide)?The 220.127.116.11 has hfp drivers for from es3 to es8. Dunno if the es3 drivers work though.
I can confirm that ES5 works fine.
As for archlinuxarm, I have binary repo here http://cloudef.eu/ar...nuxarm-pandora/ for pandora specific packages. So no compiling needed.
If you can confirm that es3.x userspace libraries work with the compiled kernel module, I can add package for it I guess.
However omapfb is no longer maintaned and the xorg driver doesn't compile against new Xorg ABI. So you can't use GLES with X applications with similar setup as in default OS. pvr xorg driver from the SGX sdk package works, but is really unstable and not really good.. There is omapdrm in the latest kernels that has KMS, etc.., but it's not in the 3.2.20 that notaz has.