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Re: Modular xorg on NetBSD/sparc64
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On Jan 6, 2008, at 10:00, Pierre Pronchery wrote:
I've just managed to compile and run modular-xorg-server 18.104.22.168nb3
pkgsrc-2007Q3 on my Ultra 60. It is not perfect yet (see the end of
mail). I did not have too many things to change:
$ cd /usr/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server && make configure
* uncommented "am__objects_10 = Sbus.lo" line 84
* included changes from xsrc (the file is attached, it doesn't
* added these two lines under "#elif defined(__NetBSD__)":
# include <dev/sun/fbio.h>
# include <dev/ofw/openfirmio.h>
(this file is attached too)
* uncommented "am__objects_2 = xf86sbusBus.lo" line 78
$ make package
I then installed the stock xf86-video-sunffb-1.1.0.tar.gz from
ftp.freedesktop.org. I did not check if the one from xsrc has
I can provide an actual pkgsrc patch for xf86Sbus.h and Sbus.c, but I
did not find how to include the sbus bits for compilation properly.
Just mail whatever you've got to the package maintainer.
The issue now is that Xorg constantly consumes 100% CPU. Widgets in
WindowMaker and Gtk+ draw very slowly, I can see every blit appear
sequentially with steps of 0.5s. The pixbuf demo from gtk-demo is
running decently though.
As martin said - that's been fixed in xsrc. The relevant file is
drivers/sunffb/VISmoveimage.s, you can probably just copy it over
from xsrc and rebuild the sunffb driver.
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