Jeez, I'm sorry, I typed devel, meant users. Please disregard.
--- Forge OfBorg <Forge@...>
>I let Mesa install as part of my base linux install, along with 3.3.6. I then install Xf4.0.1 (off a Maximum Linux cd), check to make sure I have a good working DRM and XFree install, then grab CVS and install it directly over the normal XFree. Not the cleanest way, and not by the book, but it's worked fine for me so far, and Q3A and UT have run 100% every try. Maybe I'm lucky and stupid, but it works here. (Mandrake 7.1 ATM, gettign my SuSE 6.4 box back soon, I hope)
>--- zhou <zhou@...>
>>Ali Moodie wrote:
>>> Ok i managed to get the open gl stuff running by installing and compiling
>>> the 2.4 test kernel. The only thing is when i installed quake3 and then ran
>>> it , the bugger would not start complaining about missing libvoodoo and
>>> libmesa.so ( something like that ). Anyways I got it to run by installing
>>> mesa of the mandrake CD`s.Question is do I need to do this as I thought the
>>> DRI drivers had mesa built in. Also performance is pretty poor I have to
>>> turn down the res to 640 480 for at least 35 fps. This seems slow, even with
>>> my setup. If someone can let me know how to get round this or confirm that
>>> what i`ve done is correct it would be appreciated.
>>> PII 350, V3-2000, 128mb - man7.2
>>I have the same problem. Even I installed the DRI and rebuild the kernel
>>correctly. The performance has no improvement. Someone can give us
>>My Card is matrox G400 32M;
>>PIII 550, dual processors, 256M ram -RH7.0
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