> From: "George -" <fufutos610@...>
> Date: 24. December 2006 04:51:16 GMT-06:00
> To: t045tbr0t@...
> Subject: RE: [Dri-users] ATI Rage Mobility P TV-Out and 3D-
>> From: Nils Berg <t045tbr0t@...>
>> To: dri-users@...
>> Subject: [Dri-users] ATI Rage Mobility P TV-Out and 3D-Acceleration?
>> Date: Sat, 23 Dec 2006 21:10:49 -0600
>> First of all, first post, so "Hi!"
>> Okay, that's that (:
>> I'm having a pretty hard time understanding what exactly to do to
>> get an ATI Rage Mobility P to display 3D on a TV.
>> I found some information at http://www.retinalburn.com/linux/ but
>> I'm kind of a linux noob and would like some advice rather than
>> finding everything out by trial and error and possibly several
>> OS reinstallations...
>> Basically, I gathered from that page that I have to
>> - build the current X.org DDX driver with DRI enabled
>> - get the client driver from Mesa CVS,
>> - get the DRM kernel module from DRI CVS
> Mesa and DRM have migrated to git and you need to do them in the
> reverse order, so check first:
>> Sounds like a nice short list, but I have no clue how to do the
>> first one... I started reading http://wiki.x.org/wiki/
>> CompileXserverManually and I feel stupid now ^^
>> Do I really need all those dependencies and stuff to build the
>> DDX driver?
> Most of that page refers to building the xserver and explicitely
> lists the dependencies for transparecny w.r.t. the build process.
> For the drivers, you should be able to install the dependencies
> with package management tools. Depending on the distribution, it
> should look like a variation of:
> sudo apt-get build-dep xserver-xorg-driver-ati
> sudo yum install <xserver-devel-package-name>
> Off the top of my head, you need util-macros 1.1.5 (or git head),
> for compiling xf86-video-ati from git head.
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