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Just updated the post with the latest version 1.2 :lol:
Try installing/building a arm-linux-gnueabihf toolchain.
Say yes to those questions. PXI is the protocol used to talk with the ARM9 processor.
Also make sure you do "make ARCH=arm whatever...".
I'm aware of that but unfortunately I don't have free time to look into it.
Disable USB power supply (Settings > System) to fix the audio noise.
I recommend mplayer on Linux (there's also VLC, mpv, etc).
Woah that's really weird, LLVM 6.0.1 is a bit old nonetheless.
I've updated the build instructions, if you have Linux x86-64 I'd recommend downloading a a precompiled armv6-eabihf toolchain.
I use the armv7-eabihf toolchain from https://toolchains.bootlin.com
Show your friends how cool you are by running Linux on the 3DS.
There are quite a few videos on Youtube such as [MEDIA]
Changes since v1.1:
Fixed 480x272 support thanks to u/Kaizu_vita
Changes since v1.0:
Added 896x504 and 480x272 video modes
Added 30FPS support...
VitaGL is a wrapper over GXM, so to get the maximum performance one should really use GXM directly.
This won't "open up quite a few Doors for Emulation", it will only simplify the porting of legacy OpenGL games such as GL Quake. Emulators should...
Sure! Check out https://github.com/xerpi/viimote/releases
Here's a new version (still pre-alpha) with hardware colorspace conversion, hardware JPEG encoding and a much more optimized USB transfer...
You have to install VITASDK to be able to compile Vita homebrews and plugins: https://vitasdk.org/
Once you have it installed, you'll have to...
You'll have to modify the source code and recompile it for now.
Updated for Ensō! https://github.com/xerpi/ds3vita/releases
Updated for Ensō! https://github.com/xerpi/viimote/releases