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Old 09-09-2005, 02:17 AM   #1
jfbertrand
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busybox framebuffer/SDL question.


I have built a busybox system using a 2.6.5-1.358 kernel. I have the fbcon video driver in the kernel.

I'm trying to run an application that I compiled using SDL and that works like a charm on my full system (of course).

When I move it to the busybox system, it fails trying to make the call to
SDL_Init, the only thing I had to do when I run in X and want to run full screen and faster I would add the export SDL_VIDEODRIVER=fbcon before I call the app.

I think my problem is a missing device or mapping but I've gone through all the /dev/ directory and all seems to be ok.

Any ideas would be appreciated at this time.

Thanks,
JF
 
  


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