Subject: Re: Shark and igsfb
To: Ignatios Souvatzis <email@example.com>
From: Michael Lorenz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/08/2007 13:23:39
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On Jan 8, 2007, at 10:33, Ignatios Souvatzis wrote:
>> It should switch to 1024x768@60Hz and if it can't find an IGS CyberPro
>> graphics chip it should revert to vga.
> I used the share/current-20061220/ stuff to set up an experimental
> NFS boot environment.
> /sbin/init doesn't seem to mount a mfs and MAKEDEV in it. I don't
> know yet, why... I had to mknod console on the server, then run
> MAKEDEV from single user mode.
Hmm, the kernel uses my home-grown config, probably doesn't have MFS.
I boot my shark from an internal disk.
> Also, as I don't have a mouse connected, I didn't yet fully test X.
> But xdm seems to bring up the X login window - so far looks good.
So it was at least able to access the framebuffer :)
> Say - shouldn't I be able to use the NetBSD-Daily stuff to test?
There were no autobuilds for a while, the most recent being from
december 4th - too early to contain my stuff. Now there's one from
january 4th that I didn't see until today ( guess why... )
> All of this (with the possible exception of XF86Config) is in-tree,
Yes. The XF86Config should probably go to /usr/share/examples or
something since X -configure won't probe for wsfb.
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