Great work on your Gentoo image, thanks.
I've used it to get Minecraft 1.13.2 working.
Do you know of a way to add additional video modes - ideally I would like to select 1280x720 ?
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[email protected] ~ $ sudo emaint sync --repo rpi3 [email protected] ~ $ sudo emerge -v sys-apps/pyconfig_gen
Yep the Pi4 with dual screens and 4GB is now a serious developers boxJust that pesky new Pi4 to port to now ^-^
Did you get your issue with 1.4.2 resolved? I've double-checked that the version available for download on GitHub boots OK on a fresh install (on an RPi3B+ at any rate).
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Not yet, was going to try on the old home Linux box but it must be jealous of this new Pi4B1 and it decided to crash.
Also need to get some new uSD's if that was the issue.
Now I need to learn how to write SD's on Pi's.
But I'm really having way too much fun on this 4B1, wasting lots of time playing games that now work.
All in the interests of stress testing the 4 of course
The 3B+ and Gentoo64 was borderline usable for native development.
I was only dabbling with this combo.
The Pi4 is so much better I now have very keen interest in a 64bit OS for it.
3D gaming and modelling now are possible and Vulkan too will work one day.
Blender seems ok, for the short time I tried it
My day job of designing PCBs is easier with two screens, can I do this on a 4?
Can a 4B4 compile kernels in a reasonable time?
It was slow with a 3B+ but so much has improved now.
A compiler cluster of 4B4's with faster USB and Ethernet, might get close to 12GB XEONs?
Moving to 64bit OS on 4 ,the speed increase means making a Desktop is much less painful.
So only a headless 64bit OS is needed to get going, hint