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core/linux-nyan and alarm/gpu-nvidia-tegra-k1

Postby raumzeit » Sat Sep 05, 2015 11:53 am

I've made two PKGBUILDs for my alarm installation on the Acer Chromebook 13 CB5-311. One for the (modyfied) ChromeOS kernel 3.10.18 (core/linux-nyan), and the other for the proprietary NVidia Tegra K1 GPU driver pack (alarm/gpu-nvidia-tegra-k1), see also my post
I split up the latter into subpackages for the core GPU support (gpu-nvidia-tegra-k1-nvrm), the x11 drivers (gpu-nvidia-tegra-k1-x11), the cuda library (gpu-nvidia-tegra-k1-libcuda), and the openmax library and codec firmware (gpu-nvidia-tegra-k1-openmax and gpu-nvidia-tegra-k1-openmax-codecs). For now, I left out, since it conflicts with libjpeg-turbo while not providing a complete replacement for it.

Both packages are available through my archlinuxarm/PKGBUILDs fork on github in the acer_cb_tegrak1 branch

Since I've no other Tegra K1 device, I can not test the packages on something else than my Chromebook. Maybe someone else is willing to give it a try?

Also I am wondering whether these packages can be merged into the official PKGBUILD repo, once they passed review.


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