Andrew Henderson’s BeagleSNES project to create an embedded SNES emulating Linux appliance for BeagleBoard-xM hardware has been released as source packages and a downloadable SD card image.
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
Andrew Henderson’s BeagleSNES emulator appliance now supports the BeagleBone Black in addition to the BeagleBoard XM. The Black is a cheaper alternative to the XM ($45 USD vs $149 USD for the XM) with different specifications and a smaller physical footprint designed to compete with the Raspberry PI. Version 0.3 of BeagleSNES also resolves a few issues [...]
Andrew Henderson’s BeagleSNES Superlative Nintendo emulator appliance has been updated to version 0.5. Here is what has changed: Support for a new display target that uses the 320×240 LCD3 cape by Circuitco. Support for ACRUX, DragonRise, GreenAsia/Pantherlord, I-Force, Sony PS3, X-Box, and ZeroPlus controllers. Moved all ROMs, SRAM saved games, and configuration files to a […]
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I’ve been following this instructions: http://qt-project.org/wiki/TIBeagleBoard
so I can build qt5 on my beagleboard Xm.
in this instruction it says to build a console-image file system, but than there is no x-server and therefor, when trying to launch my qt app is gives: Could not initialize egl display.
can anyone tell me which file system image should I use for qt5 to