Congratulations for the new Raspberry Pi 4.
I don't expect to get mine for a little bit yet. Basically, I am waiting to be able to buy the model I want (most likely the 4GB version) on amazon at standard price. Off-topic: based on previous experience, anyone knows when that is likely to happen (in Italy)?
I have downloaded the Buster-based Raspbian, but I might not be able to test it until this weekend.
Maybe someone can help me with a couple of doubts I have.
Based on the description, the new driver is enabled on the Raspberry Pi 4. What about the old models? Is the legacy driver still supported? Is it still the default on the official Raspbian distro? Any inside hints on when this is likely to change?
I dynamically load the legacy or the new (standard X11 code-path) OpenGL ES libraries based on the kernel module "vc4" being loaded. Will I have something similar on the Raspberry Pi 4? Is the new kernel module called "v3d"? For details, here is the code that I'm using for detection now: https://github.com/efornara/frt/blob/ma ... vprobe.cpp