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RE: re: openchrome and native Xorg
I've manually compiled openchrome 0.2.904 on 5.99.21. It compiles and runs
The only issue is that my TV-out output is scrambled.
Full logs are here (if anyone cares ;) : http://atherios.free.fr/OC/
My real problem is that I thought I would go back to 5.0_STABLE and the via(4)
driver but it doesn't seem to be compiled anymore... I checked the xserver
package from "NetBSD-daily/netbsd-5/200911020000Z/i386" and there is neither
via nor openchrome driver... It seems to exists in 5.0.1 release though.
Is this a known issue|feature ?
Shouldn't I be using 5.0_STABLE rather than 5.0.1 ?
The thing is I run all my xen domU in 5.0_STABLE and have a compile domU that
provides binary packages update for all those NetBSD box. Using 5.0.1 on my VIA
box would require another domU to provide the binary packages than I compile
Where would I find an "official" state and directions for
via(4)/openchrome(4)/unichrome drivers ?
De: matthew green <mrg%eterna.com.au@localhost>
Envoyé: mar. 03-11-2009 04:41
À: Joel Carnat <joel%carnat.net@localhost>;
Sujet: re: openchrome and native Xorg
> Now that NetBSD natively ships with Xorg, I can't compile
> x11/xf86-video-openchrome anymore.
> this happened with xorg-server 1.6. with the 1.4* shipped with
> netbsd 5.0, you could use via.
> Is openchrome going to replace
> src/external/mit/xorg/server/drivers/xf86-video-via ?
> this should be happening sometime very soon.
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