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The solution to Mach64 problems on Lombard

 I am posting the solution to the above problem,
 in the hope that the package maintainers will
 actually see this mail and will update the
 binary trees overnight.


>Subject: Re: Advise needed on Mach64
>From: Ani Joshi <ajoshi@shell.unixbox.com>
>Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2001 11:03:51 -0800 (PST) (19:03 GMT)
>To: Sergio Brandano <sb@dcs.qmw.ac.uk>
>Hello Sergio,
>I don't think the debian packagers have updated their 4.0.2 packages with
>the driver and core server changes from my xfree86 tree.  The tree can be
>rsynced from linuxppc.org::xfree86-pmac, which will grab an
>xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86 directory which replaces the 'stock' one.
>This tree contains the working ATI driver along with other server fixes
>which are needed in the ati driver.  If you don't want the trouble of
>making your own debs with the fixes, you will probably have to:
>1) grab X402 src or the deb src package
>2) replace your .../xfree86 dir with the rsync'd one OR
>   replace the .../xfree86/drivers/ati with the rsync'd one AND
>   replace the .../xfree86/fbdevhw with the rsync'd one
>3) build X, and do "make install" in .../xfree86/drivers/ati AND
>   "make install" in .../xfree86/fbdevhw
>this will replace the broken modules with the working ones, and hopefully
>your setup will be fine.  You might want to push the debian X packagers to
>diff my tree and apply the changes to their packages as it would be much
>easier for the people you tell on your page.

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