On Sun 16 Jul 2000 09:37:27 +0200,
Simon Cahuk <simon.cahuk@...> wrote:
> > r128_drv.c: In function `r128_lock':
> > r128_drv.c:673: structure has no member named `priority'
> > r128_drv.c:673: `DEF_PRIORITY' undeclared (first use in this function)
> > r128_drv.c:673: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
> > r128_drv.c:673: for each function it appears in.)
> > r128_drv.c: In function `r128_unlock':
> > r128_drv.c:729: structure has no member named `priority'
> > r128_drv.c:729: `DEF_PRIORITY' undeclared (first use in this function)
> > make: *** [r128_drv.o] Error 1
> I get the same error with tdfx_drv.c. I'm using linux-2.4test4 and X 4.0.1
> source from XFree86's ftp.
Please try just #ifdef'ing out the if statement that contains the
DEF_PRIORITY assignments. The changes that Linus made to 2.4.0-test
should remove the need for this scheduling kludge (Linus changed the time
slice from 200mS to 50mS, which should provide improved interactivity).
Please let us know if you do notice improved interactivity.