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Re: pkg/52496: modular-xorg-server segfaults on i386-8.99.1, -8.0_BETA
The following reply was made to PR pkg/52496; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: "John D. Baker" <jdbaker%mylinuxisp.com@localhost>
Subject: Re: pkg/52496: modular-xorg-server segfaults on i386-8.99.1, -8.0_BETA
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2017 01:12:43 -0500 (CDT)
On Mon, 21 Aug 2017, coypu%sdf.org@localhost wrote:
> > without any DRMKMS drivers and with the UMS "r128drm" driver included.
> That seems like a dead end...
> - Try the olddrm drivers - they're commented out in GENERIC (radeondrm*
> at drm?)
That's what I'm using. The "old drm" drivers are UMS. As this particular
machine has a Rage 128 card, the correct driver is "r128drm* at drm?".
It works fine with native Xorg on netbsd-7. It used to work fine on
7.99.x before the Xorg r128 driver was up-de-graded. It then worked fine
with modular/pkgsrc Xorg until PAX MPROTECT was enabled by default.
> - Open a separate bug report for why you're not using the newer DRMKMS
There are no DRMKMS drivers for the ATI Rage 128 cards. Only radeons,
and then only if they are new enough (most of mine are not). Of those
are are new enough, they are AGP cards and have "issues"...
> - Use old Xorg/MesaLib in pkgsrc, or in netbsd base
Modular/pkgsrc Xorg worked fine before PAX MPROTECT was turned on.
The MesaLib problem appears to be fixed in pkgsrc-HEAD.
"native" Xorg was broken on Rage 128 and intel i810e devices for a while,
but works now (still broken for i810e w/GCC 4.8.x).
So I no-longer have a need for modular Xorg on anything except i810e
machines running netbsd-7.
Thought I'd do something constructive instead of just 'rm -rf' all of
my -8 and -current modular/pkgsrc Xorg setups.
Perhaps I'll try -current with modular Xorg on the i810e systems as they
have no DRM drivers at all to confuse the issue.
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