Re: unresolved symbol errors, trying to run XFree86 -configure
On Son, 2003-02-09 at 13:48, Jeroen Diederen wrote:
> Ryan Singer wrote:
> >Michel Dänzer (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> >>On Don, 2003-02-06 at 13:14, Ryan Singer wrote:
> >>>(EE) R128(0): No Display subsection in Screen section "Default Screen"
> >>>for depth/fbbpp 8/8
> >>You probably don't want to use depth 8? Add
> >> DefaultDepth 24
> >>to the Screen section (or 16 or 15, and make sure there's a matching
> >>display subsection).
> >Ack! Tried that too. Now I get the following in the error log:
> >[drm] failed to load kernel module "r128"
> >(II) R128(0): [drm] drmOpen failed
> >(EE) R128(0): [dri] DRIScreenInit failed. Disabling DRI.
> >(II) R128(0): Memory manager initialized to (0,0) (1024,8191)
> >(II) R128(0): Reserved area from (0,768) to (1024,770)
> >(II) R128(0): Largest offscreen area available: 1024 x 7421
> >(==) R128(0): Backing store disabled
> >(==) R128(0): Silken mouse enabled
> >(II) R128(0): Using XFree86 Acceleration Architecture (XAA)
> > Screen to screen bit blits
> > Solid filled rectangles
> > 8x8 mono pattern filled rectangles
> > Indirect CPU to Screen color expansion
> > Solid Lines
> > Dashed Lines
> > Scanline Image Writes
> > Offscreen Pixmaps
> > Setting up tile and stipple cache:
> > 32 128x128 slots
> > 32 256x256 slots
> > 16 512x512 slots
> >(II) R128(0): Acceleration enabled
> >(II) R128(0): Using hardware cursor (scanline 1540)
> >(II) R128(0): Largest offscreen area available: 1024 x 7419
> >(II) R128(0): Direct rendering disabled
> >The screen flashes w/ some colored lines and boxes, then goes black
> >and the breathing-power-button-light on the front blinks until I
> >hold cmd-ctrl-alt-del to get back to the shell.
> >I'm losing hope!
> I have seen some problems with older iMacs in the past (Mandrake Linux),
> especially the Rev types. The problem was some flashing screen, the
> solutions to this problem were either:
> 1) Option "composite_sync" "off" (in XF86Config-4)
This doesn't apply because this option only defaulted to true in the
atimisc driver for Mach64 chips, and only in 4.2.0.
> 2) to rename the driver in /usr/X11R6/lib/modules (libi2c.a) to have it
> switched off.
I don't know what that would achieve, but it's worth a try I guess.
Otherwise, you may have to provide more information Ryan.
Earthling Michel Dänzer (MrCooper)/ Debian GNU/Linux (powerpc) developer
XFree86 and DRI project member / CS student, Free Software enthusiast