El Vie 12 Jul 2002 20:39, Brian Paul wrote:
> For the Voodoo3 you'll want to use the DRI driver, not the stand-alone
> Mesa/Glide driver. Stand-alone Mesa knows nothing about the DRI so
> by installing it, you're effectively disabling the DRI driver.
> Remove Mesa 4.0.3 and libGL.* then re-install your XFree86 RPMS.
> I think there's an RPM option to force re-installation. That should
> restore the original libGL library.
> Voodoo3 support with RedHat 7.3 should just work out of the box
> (though I haven't tested it).
Thanks you very much for the request. I have removed de Mesa 4.0.3
library, and yes, now I have acceleration support with the XFree DRI
driver, but I had need to do some changes to my glide3 library
RedHat 7.3 install a common Glide package for the Voodoo3, 4 and 5
graphics cards, and the default setup for this package is for the
Voodoo5. For this reason, a Voodoo3 will not have acceleration support
with X11 DRI driver. The fix to this problem is very easy. I only have
to change a symbolic link to the correct glide3 library.
It's all. Greetings.
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