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I recently saw Arch Linux Arm finally have RPi3 support with a 64-bit kernel, last time I tried I had to install the RPi2 image, you might want to check that out.
This is sadly the way the arm ecosystem is, riddled with binary blobs and limited interest from the community to improve the situation.
It's been so long, yet xrender is still not accelerated and Wayland is way too immature to be relevant (it does enable very fast compositing though).
GLES works, but considering the laughable performance of the CPU, it's not interesting anyway.
First, i tried the Tumbleweed and Leap OpenSUSE images and they don't work... they just won't boot.OpenSUSE said the images were experimental so they probably do not work.
But like @Streetwalrus said, i was going to be disappointed because it simply doesn't have VC4 or the proprietary drivers, only framebuffer support.I have no idea how to compile VC4's driver for X11 so needless to say, i started to look at other options.
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