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Re: Porting DRM/GEM from OpenBSD
Forgot to mention that this was on a ThinkPad X201 (Intel Core i5 540). --p.
2011/2/9 Pouya D. Tafti <pouya%san-serriffe.org@localhost>:
> 2011/2/8 GrÃgoire Sutre <gregoire.sutre%gmail.com@localhost>:
>> To give this port a try, an easier alternative (imho) would be to
>> install, temporarily, a native -current X server, and then extract
>> the pre-built binary archive over it. ÂI seem to recall that I used
>> a similar configuration at some point, i.e., a native X server and
>> pkgsrc applications (X clients) linked against pkgsrc Xorg libs.
>> Or maybe it was the other way around...
> I followed your suggestion, built the native Xorg server, extracted
> your archive over it, booted your pre-built amd64 kernel, and was
> finally able to use the intel driver. ÂThe laptop rebooted the first
> time (after having started Xorg first with the vesa driver and then
> restarting it with the intel one), but after the second boot all
> seemed to work well. ÂI didn't test it a lot though, since I have just
> upgraded my base system to 5.99.45 and the pre-built kernel binary is
> version 5.99.44, causing various problems.
> Thanks a lot for porting this; I can now finally hope to use my laptop
> for presentations, while being able actually to see what I am
> presenting on my laptop screen. :-)
> Re-iterating the previous poster's question, is this port (along with
> the relevant Xorg updates) going to be integrated into -current any
> time soon? ÂIt would be fantastic if it were!
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