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Re: NetBSD on a mini-ITX motherboard?
I (technically my daughter) watched a cartoon (DVD image) using the
openchrome driver and it works as good as with the via one - not better,
not worst (regarding frame drop, cpu usage, ...).
I tried using the XvMC extension from MPlayer but I have the same failure
using via or openchrome. From what I read on openchrome's wiki, there's a
patch to apply to MPlayer's sources to be able to use it. So I'm gonna try
More news later.
>> Note that I haven't much of a clue as to what I'm doing with this stuff,
>> but I did manage to cobble together a pkgsrc package:
>> It's not "valid" for checkin because it makes reference to
>> pkgsrc/wip/modular-xorg-macros, but I couldn't get it to build
>> otherwise... Also, my machine is an ugly mix of in-tree X11 and Xorg,
>> and when I recently built current to try to clean it up, my kernel died
>> on boot with a panic, so I can't see if this driver will work on a
>> 'clean' x-org type system.
> I don't really know either :-)
> I compiled the package into a pkg_comp sandbox (4.99.55 w/o XFree86 but
> with Xorg modular).
> I had to modify your Makefile as follow:
> --- Makefile.orig 2007-12-19 02:57:45.000000000 +0100
> +++ Makefile 2008-03-18 10:27:52.000000000 +0100
> @@ -41,4 +41,4 @@
> .include "../../x11/xextproto/buildlink3.mk"
> .include "../../x11/xproto/buildlink3.mk"
> -.include "../../wip/modular-xorg-macros/buildlink3.mk"
> +.include "../../x11/pixman/buildlink3.mk"
> .include "../../mk/bsd.pkg.mk"
> At least I get the binaries.
> I will try this evening to use it - as soon as I get home :-)
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