On Wed, 27 Dec 2000, Jeff Epler wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 27, 2000 at 04:02:36PM +0100, Michel D=E4nzer wrote:
> > This is an unusual situation. There have been dramatic changes in the=
> > which don't allow for compatibility. And the timing has been somewhat=
> > as well with 2.2.18 coming out just before the DRM changes appeared.
> My card is a V4, not an R128, so that's in some sense a relief.
> For those who would wish to use an r128 with 2.2.18, is this possible? =
> you just drop the file into your 2.2 source tree and "make modules"?
Can't you just use the DRM that XFree86 builds, rather than the one the
I am also under the impression that the XFree86 DRM modules can be built
stand-alone anyway (something like cd
xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/os-support/linux/drm/kernel and make -f
Makefile.linux), and copy the new module into /lib/modules/2.2.18/misc.
This looks like it should work, as I managed to build the Radeon support
module, and it insmodded OK, however, it promptly locked hard when the
Enlightenment starting screen tried to put those nice half-screen images
up. (and yes, I know Radeon support is somewhat experimental, but I was
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