Easiest way would be to check out and build via the recommended script from . OpenGL renderer string: Mesa DRI R600 (RV730 9498) 20090101 x86/MMX/SSE2 TCL DRI2 OpenGL version string: 2.0 Mesa 7.8-devel OpenGL shading language version string: 1.10 OpenGL extensions: radeon-KMS power-management Linux-kernel >=2.6.35 has Also exact steps to reproduce the problem will help a lot in solving the problem. To get this library, glibc must be rebuilt with the current glibc version using the same compiler that was used to build LFS. http://tbapplication.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-xorg-1-6.html
The remaining usages will be removed with the next update to each port. Now, as the root user: make install && install -v -m644 conf/10-radeon.conf \ $XORG_PREFIX/share/X11/xorg.conf.d Command Explanations install -v -m644 conf/10-radeon.conf ...: this ensures that the radeon driver can be loaded automatically Prepare a list of packages for the WITH_NEW_XORG repository 2014-03-29 DONE! NOTE: Linux-kernel(s) from upstream or drm-next GIT branch might have better support (WIP).
This package is known to build and work properly using an LFS-8.0 platform. This means that, out-of-the-box, any Radeon GPU is unsupported. This package is known to build using an LFS 8.0 platform but has not been tested.
Entry deleted from font path. On machines using KMS, the modesetting driver is provided by xorg-server and can be used instead of the video driver for the specific hardware, but with reduced performance. Only one of the lines “Intel I810” or “Intel 8xx/9xx...” needs to be selected. You can now test new dri driver in a terminal if you export LIBGL_DRIVERS_PATH.
NOTE-5: Linux v3.2.y kernels will be shipped with upcoming Ubuntu 12.04 (LTS) and Debian wheezy (and maintained by Ubuntu/Debian kernel-teams). About Radeon up-to HD 4000 and kernels lacking the Radeon KMS driver, WITH_NEW_XORG currently pulls xf86-video-ati 7.x which requires a KMS driver. Alternatively, if you change CONFIG_DRM_AMDGPU to '=m' in your linux kernel .config the firmware can be loaded automatically from /lib/firmware/amdgpu/ when it installs the module. The consequence is infrequent updates to those packages and, of course, way more work each time we decide to jump to a later version.
Libvdpau_va_gl uses OpenGL under the hood to accelerate drawing and scaling and the VA-API (if available) to accelerate video decoding. To make it a bit easier, we have a look into the build-order and into the build.sh script from xorg-devel (see ): macros protos libdrm (before ddx and mesa) ddx (aka Xorg VMMouse Driver-13.1.0 Introduction to Xorg VMMouse Driver The Xorg VMMouse Driver package contains the VMMouse input driver for the Xorg X server. The only regression is for users of Intel GPUs and FreeBSD 8.x and 9.0.
xserver 1.7, Mesa 7.6 and libdrm 2.4.17 2. more info here Package Information Download (HTTP): http://people.freedesktop.org/~aplattner/vdpau/libvdpau-1.1.1.tar.bz2 Download MD5 sum: 2fa0b05a4f4d06791eec83bc9c854d14 Download size: 420 KB Estimated disk space required: 9.3 MB (with tests) Estimated build time: less than 0.1 SBU (with tests) libvdpau Unfortunately, many users of the old X.Org server on Intel GPUs are now having crashes with any Gtk+ applications or the X.Org server itself. View package details Overview of published packages Published in: Any series Zesty Yakkety Xenial 1 → 23 of 23 results First • Previous • Next • Last Package Version Uploaded by
Xorg VMware Driver-13.2.1 Introduction to Xorg VMware Driver The Xorg VMware Driver package contains the X.Org Video Driver for VMware SVGA virtual video cards. http://tbapplication.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-xorg-conf.html Also, all cards require Firmware to be available when the kernel driver is loaded. Packages to solve build dependencies Unfortunately, it highly depends on your distribution on having all required development packages and libraries installed. See the section called “Kernel Configuration for additional firmware” below for additional firmware.
NOTE-3a: Initial evergreen 3D-acceleration support: For DDX see commit "Merge branch 'evergreen_accel' of git+ssh://git.freedesktop.org/git/xorg/driver/xf86-video-ati" and for Mesa see commit "r600g: add initial evergreen support" NOTE-3b: Evergreen 3D-acceleration: Recommended: Linux-kernel >=2.6.38 + libvdpau-va-gl-0.4.0 Introduction to libvdpau-va-gl The libvdpau-va-gl package contains a library which implements the VDPAU library. To find out which firmware you need, consult the Decoder ring for engineering vs marketing names. Check This Out Last edited by Mr.Elendig (2009-12-04 17:16:40) Evil #archlinux@freenode channel op and general support dude..
You can of course use what ever you prefer. All sections are commented out, but may # be uncommented in order to enable them. I can't find a good way to install xorg <1.7 either...
Compiling and configuration is similar to stable branch with few exceptions. cat /etc/modprobe.d/radeon-kms.conf options radeon modeset=1 When KMS is not enabled before X is started, you might see the following error in your Xorg.log file (thanks TMM for providing a paste on drm-next experimental branch Especially drm-next GIT branch has the latest (experimental) stuff for radeon users. The real cause for this is the drm cannot find a missing radeon firmware (or microcode).
When a user perform a VT-switch (using Ctrl+Alt+Fx keys combination) or exits from his X session, a black screen or the last image of his desktop (like a screenshot) will be From: Camaleón
Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting, (++) from command line, (!!) könntest du das bitte etwas genauer ausführen "neu installiert" ? Note Starting with version 4.1, the linux kernel supports the VMMouse protocol so that this driver is not needed anymore. the default console driver), the behavior is exactly the same as in the "Not supported" case.
apt-get install --reinstall xserver-xorg-core <--- libglx.so of xserver Updating git tree Updating git repository has two phases.