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QtWebEngine doesn't work on Embedded Linux on rpi.
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Hi, I'm trying to install Qt from the source code to Raspberry Pi Model B+ with Buildroot.
I have succedded in building and installing, but it doesn't seem to work correctly.
I used the demo browser application to test, but it can't finish loading and doesn't show the content. It shows the title of the page, so I think it's failing to draw the page. How can I fix it?
The below is the environment.
- Raspberry Pi Model B+ (ARM1176JZF-S, ARMv6 + VFP, 64MB RAM free)
- Compiled for ARM state.
- Using hard float ABI.
- Buildroot 2016.02
- Qt 5.5.1
- OpenGL ES 2.0
- eglfs of Qt Embedded Linux
The below is the page source, located in file:///mnt/hello.html.
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <header> <title>Hello, World!</title> </header> <body> Hello, World! </body> </html>
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Solved: Now I use
wayland-egland everything is fine.
The Long Story to Get the Simple Solution:
At first, I used raspberrypi-userland for OpenGL ES. However, it didn't work.
I tried VC4 DRM driver in the next. I have struggled to get it work, and I opened an issue on the repository. Then anholt, the author of the driver,
updated the Wiki. By following the Wiki, I finally succeeded in getting it work.
Next, I tried X11 since Buildroot supports
xcbbackend, but neither did it work. I thought porting Wayland should be much easier than fixing the issue, and actually it is.