LEO support and accelerated creator support
Ben Collins <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Sat, Apr 24, 1999 at 02:54:48PM -0400, Steve Dunham wrote:
> > > > I'll try the libc packages too. You were also working on an a sparc64
> > > > compiler, right? What's the status on that. If egcs 1.1.2 can
> > > > correctly compile the sparc64 kernel I'd rather use it than the
> > > > current egcs64 package (which gets internal errors on the 3com
> > > > driver).
> > I just tried the latest glibc packages. Works on the Ultra5 and SS20
> > with 2.2.5cvs kernel. Doesn't work with the slink 2.2.1 kernel on the
> > SS20 (init wedges).
> > I wonder if the sparc32 vfork patch is in the 2.2.6 kernel.
> Damnit...we will have to depend on a certain kernel-image package for
> glibc 2.1.1 then. We need to get source and debs of the latest cvs
> kernel (probably just diff the 2.2.5 in unstable with the 2.2.5+cvs you
> used, then upload a patch) in the dist before we can put glibc 2.1.1 in
I don't have the 2.2.5cvs source anymore (toasted the partition so I
could build X on it). However, I do have:
cvs 2.2.7 kernel (for sparc32, the sparc64 one is building now) at:
deb http://www.cse.msu.edu/debian slink kernel
XFree86_22.214.171.124-0pre1v3 with accelerated LEO support and accelerated
FFB (Creator) support added. It needs a kernel with LEO support compiled
in, and it was compiled against your libc-2.1.1, so sparc32 users will
have to use the 2.2.7 kernel or build their own.
The Creator support is said to require "recent" kernels. I don't know
if 2.2.1 is recent enough, the 2.2.7 kernel should work fine when I
get done compiling it.
Preliminary packages at:
deb http://www.cse.msu.edu/debian slink x3331
(You will also have to "ln -s /dev/fb0 /dev/fb".)
Branden has released XFree86_126.96.36.199-1 now, so I'll make proper diffs
against that package, and rebuild against glibc_2.0.105 sometime in
the next week or so.