RyanNut wrote:I have downloaded the GL Driver and everytime I turn on my Pi 3 it has the rainbow box, then the GL Driver boots. This ends up with a blank screen. I have wiped everything from my SD card and redownloaded Raspian multiple times and it has nbo effect on the GL Driver. I have also gone into raspi-config and disabled it but that also does nothing. Any help?
I had this exact same problem on my Raspberry Pi 2, except it wasn't my power supply, it wasn't a problem with my screen, and it wasn't a problem with my SD Card.
I figured out that Arch Linux ARM can also work with the GL Driver.
So, I wiped Debian, and installed Arch. I first installed a display manager, XFCE4, but here are hundreds of display managers, so you can customize your desktop experience.
I then installed the OPENGL driver on Arch, see my tutorial here -viewtopic.php?f=63&t=148898
I then rushed through the Minecraft custom LWJGL etc.. customized Optifine run script..
However, I had to change the run script to adapt to Arch, since the original author of it used full pathes ( / home/pi/Minecraft ) You have to change it do /home/YOURARCHUSERNAME/Minecraft or shorten it with ~/Minecraft.
I recommend a find and replace operation for that.
I successfully ran Minecraft with Optifine 1.9 running at a solid 22 FPS.
Morale of the story?
Debian is shit. Install Arch!