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Hello Raspberry Pi enthusiasts!
I have a problem, I can't seem to get a webgl context running on a chromium browser instance using latest Jessie on a Raspberry pi 3. I have enabled experimental GL drivers and I am sending all kinds of enable flags to chromium when I start it, no dice. When I run chromium-browser from terminal it says something about glGetQueryVerX crashing (can't copy right now at work sorry). I have the latest mesa drivers from the default package source for jessie.
When I look at chrome://gpu it says that all gpu features are disabled, because chrome://settings have disabled them, yeah, no.
I have two questions: 1) Is the current state of webgl on Raspberry pi with the mesa drivers confirmed borked?
2) Is there any know way to run a webgl context on any browser for jessie debian built for ARMv7?
I'd rather not have to resort to SDL2.
I am using a remote desktop to access the browser.