Re: g4/867 || iBook + Debian || someOtherLinux
You need to make sure you have this modules compiled and avaialble:
as well as the X11R6 drivers.
The stock 2.4.18 woody kernel doesn't have DRM configured, so you
can either install the 2.4.18 XFS kernel which does have the
modules or recompile your own version of the 2.4.18-newpmac. The simplest
way to keep the stock kernel and add DRI is to copy the
/boot/config-2.4.18-newpmac to /usr/src/kernel-source-2.4.18/
rename it .config
and then, in the source directory, enter
make-kpkg kernel-image --config menuconfig
this will start the kernel building process based on your copied .config
file. Then, find the DRI
module configuration in the menu under drivers/char/ and select to
build the drm-4 r128 module and dri support.
You don't have to confiure anything else unless you want to really
taylor your own kernel.
exit and save the configuration. and let it do its stuff (an hour on
my imac 500)
when it is built,
dpkg -i <new kernel>.deb
and that will install your new kernel and modules and copy your old
kernel to vmlinux.old
Reboot and you should be OK.
On Sat, Aug 17, 2002 at 01:24:39PM +0200, Arthur Petit wrote:
> On Saturday 17 August 2002 03:18, ccos wrote:
> > hello,
> > > OpenGL support is a matter of the graphics chip rather than the machine.
> > > Shouldn't be a problem with a Rage128 or Radeon, but there might never
> > > be support for nVidia chips.
> > why do you say there may never be support?
> > is apple planning on switching chips again?
> > does anybody have opengl and/or sound running smoothly on either:
> > an 867 with a rage or radeon chip?
> > an ibook/600 (dual usb) w/ an Aty, RageM3p29s display card?
> hi again,
> I'm very sorry, i know i'm very boring but i sow the thread about the r128
> mod and i didn't understand what to do for my powerbook g3 500 and i really
> need the 3D acceleration for my OpenGL programs....
> there is
> > what about other distrib
> > thanks much,
> > c
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