Subject: Re: xorg regression?
To: Blair Sadewitz <email@example.com>
From: Sverre Froyen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/22/2007 10:59:11
On Monday 20 August 2007, Blair Sadewitz wrote:
> Even more NetBSD support has been ripped out of 184.108.40.206; Matthieu
> Herrb just committed a patch of mine to bring back NetBSD support in
> wip/modular-xorg-server revision nb2 works fine for me (and [most]
> others that I've spoken to). Don't use the newer ones yet; I have
> some more things to fix and have been short on time.
I am now running modular-xorg-server-220.127.116.11nb4. It resolves all the issues
that I had with modular-xorg-server-18.104.22.168nb1. (I had to remove the
Protocol and Device input device options in order to get the arrow keys etc
to work.) The only anomaly I see is that the cursor occasionally jumps to
the left side of the screen. I suppose I should try the recommended nb2
revision but so far it is not a big problem.
> Note that you'll need to use wip/xf86-input-keyboard with that server.
> Additionally, all other drivers you build need to include wip/pixman,
> so use the wip packages' buildlink3.mk or otherwise include pixman.
I am using the wip keyboard driver and I had to rebuild the mouse and video
drivers. Thanks for the instructions re pixman.
> Also, FWIW, there's an alternative wscons mouse driver in
> wip/openbsd-input-ws that works with both the old and new Xinput ABI.
> I find that it provides "smoother" mouse movement (increased
> resolution). It also might help if anyone has trouble using a certain
> device with the usual mouse driver.
I have (yet) not tried this driver.
Quoted from another message:
> Have you tried using the pc101 keyboard map? Xorg defaults to pc105, IIRC.
This made no difference.