Hello, So it's been 3 days I've upgraded and everything looks good here too (Intel i945GM). There are still two things that puzzles me: 1. glxgears (only) gives ~380 FPS. Any Live-Linux CD I booted gave me around 1000 FPS. Is there still things missing in NetBSD DRM ? Or are there some other mistery :-) 2. if I run `while [ true ]; do tar tvzf /net/guarana/home/ptijo/netbsd-HEAD/syssrc.tgz; done` in an xterm (urxvtc in fact) and watch `top` in another, I can see tar and gzip process use from 2 to 10% of WCPU/CPU whereas Xorg reaches 60% in less than a minute. This make load average grow over 1.0. Once again, I think this does not happen on Linux Live CD. Does this mean I have a faulty configuration ? TIA, Jo On Tue, Mar 04 2008 - 01:24, Tobias Nygren wrote: > On Mon, 3 Mar 2008 22:33:40 +0100 > Joel CARNAT <joel%carnat.net@localhost> wrote: > > > > On Mon, Mar 03 2008 - 21:21, Tobias Nygren wrote: > > > Well, I finally got DRI to work on my laptop and thought I'd share > > > the stuff I used: > > > > > > * NetBSD-current kernel as of today with "i915drm* at vga?" > > > * wip/modular-xorg-server 188.8.131.52nb1 > > > * x11/xf86-video-intel 2.2.1 > > > * wip/MesaLib 7.0.3rc2 > > > * wip/glx-utils > > > > > > I had to make a clean xorg.conf with "Xorg -configure", my old > > > 1.3 config just gave me a blank screen for some reason. > > > Hope this helps somebody. > > > > > > > Anything special in your xorg.conf ? > > > > I have things like AllowGLXWithComposite, AccelMethod and > MigrationHeuristic > > in mine (NetBSD 4.99.54, modular-xorg-server-184.108.40.206nb3, > > xf86-video-intel-2.1.1, MesaLib-7.0.2 ; running on Intel 82945GM/PM/GMS). > > > > Anyway, I'm gonna try an upgrade to your pkg versions :-) > > The only thing I've added is: > > Section "Extensions" > Option "Composite" "Enable" > EndSection > Section "dri" > Mode 0666 > EndSection > > From the log it looks like it's using EXA and all the possible > bells and whistles by default.
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