From: Monteiro Basto <sergiomb@ne...>  20040131 17:34:15

Well I don't know, I think with XFree86 telling the true I begging this adventure when I try to install=20 3ddesktop0.2.5 seems to me a good application of GL, and I got this messages: 3ddeskd: glXIsDirect failed, no Direct Rendering possible! 3ddeskd: Please configure hardware acceleration. Exiting. so I want glXIsDirect return true. thanks On Sat, 20040131 at 17:14, Brian Paul wrote: >=20 > It's not clear to me if you're interested in using DRI drivers with=20 > XFree86 or standalone DRI drivers without X (aka miniglx). >=20 > For full DRI drivers, the docs on dri.sf.net should explain everything. >=20 > For "miniglx" drivers, see http://www.mesa3d.org and click on "fbdev/DRI=20 > Environment" under "Developer Topics". >=20 > Brian >=20 >=20 > S=E9rgio Monteiro Basto wrote: > > Hi > > Thanks for replying. > >=20 > > So in mesa 6 cvs we have one mini glx > > and one example.miniglx.conf > > lets say=20 > > that PUT =20 > > clientDriverName=3Dsavage_dri.so > > but how compile src/glx/mini > >=20 > > I don't understand a simple thing > > I had install savage dri module kernel. > > and mesa don't make glx stuff, so how I can build glx ? > >=20 > > Looking for what I had write is a very very bad English so I understand > > that could be difficult understand what I am talking about. > >=20 > > I am talking about Xfree86 and Mesa on Linux distributions where mesa > > comes in diffrents place from different distro to distro in redhat 7.3 > > case comes in Xfree86 RPMS that provides Mesa and glx. > > =20 > > But mesa5.0.2 doesn't provide glx. > > so I think that is my problem. > >=20 > >=20 > > thanks in advance=20 > >=20 > >=20 > >=20 > >=20 > > On Fri, 20040130 at 20:07, Brian Paul wrote: > >=20 > >>S=E9rgio Monteiro Basto wrote: > >> > >>>Can someone give me one clue ? > >>>thanks in advance ! > >> > >>I don't understand your question. The DRI list might be a better=20 > >>place to ask. > >> > >>Brian > >> >=20 >=20 =20 S=E9rgio M. B. 