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Raspberry Pi / Install scripts to create PiPlayer for Raspberry Pi 4

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tboy
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Posted: 24th Apr 2021 18:15
If anyone is interested, I've updated https://forum.thegamecreators.com/thread/227388 with an install.sh script
to help anyone who wants to get up and running with AGKPi on their Raspberry Pi 4.

If all goes well, it will install all required dependencies and download and build AGKTier2 and GLFW to
create a PiPlayer.

I hope it helps.

CumQuaT
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Posted: 25th Apr 2021 07:15
Damn good idea. Thank you.

And here I'd gone and made a ghost image of the whole system
Parry
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Posted: 29th Apr 2021 01:14
Is this just for setting up Tier 1, or will it work for Tier 2 programmers?
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tboy
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Posted: 1st May 2021 07:07 Edited at: 1st May 2021 07:08
@Parry, All the script does is download what you need to create a PiPlayer for Tier1 using the AGKTier2 source code.

AGKTier2 runs as standard on the Pi4, but as I mentioned I had problems running 3D examples (Everything looks green) but if you run agkshader-fix.sh it appears
to correct the issue - I'm not sure if this is just a Pi issue with OpenGL or it happens on other platforms.
fubarpk
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Posted: 13th May 2021 17:03 Edited at: 14th May 2021 08:58
I just noticed that i needed to change the shader file and rebuild that fixed the green issue
i think now it oversaturates il over look the code later and see where the color is defined and perhaps that may help
shaders are funny things and something like 0 and 0.0 can give different results perhaps if all else fails il just change
that line to something like 0.75,0.75,0.75,1.0 and rebuild

edit setting the rgb channels to 0.75 is much better but the alpha needs to be 1.0
thanks tboy i wouldnt have had a clue where to even look.


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tboy
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Posted: 15th May 2021 10:06
Glad it works, I never tried different rgb values but I will try your suggested changes

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