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Re: XOrg+Radeon = No Direct Rendering?

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On Thu, 09 Feb 2006 07:40:24 +0100
Ivan Glushkov <glushkov@mail.desy.de> wrote:

> Jacob S wrote:
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> > On Wed, 8 Feb 2006 22:30:44 +0100
> > Renato Serodio <renato.serodio@gmail.com> wrote:
> > 
> > 
> >>Hello all,
> >>
> >>my 3D plots were rather slow, and I decided to check:
> >>
> >>$> glxinfo
> >>direct rendering: No
> >>
> >>Well, I dug and dug, and here's what I got:
> >>
> >>For a functional Hardware Acceleration with Radeon 9200/9000:
> >>- agp, intel-apg (or other), drm and radeon drivers
> >>- glx, dri and radeon modules loaded from Radeon
> >>
> >>But somehow it's not working. Then I came across a post mentioning
> >>hardware acceleration had been dropped in favour of nice fonts (??).
> >>
> >>I'd like to get my graphics back on hardware, but can't begin to
> >>understand how. Does anyone have a clue that could help me?
> > 
> > 
> > I'm using an ATI Radeon 9200SE here and glxinfo shows:
> > direct rendering: Yes
> > 
> > I'm running the latest Debian Sid. For a long time I couldn't get
> > more than about 14fps in ppracer, but I see I'm now getting ~77fps.
> > (It used to be about 110fps in Xfree86, but it looks really good
> > and has more detail with the 77fps now, so I can't complain.)
> >  
> A side question: How do you see the fps value in ppracer? And why you 
> are using a game for a quantitative measurement of your graphics 
> performance? I use for the same porpouses glxgears & fgl_glxgears 
> (coming with thw fglrx driver)

In ppracer, go to Configuration -> Graphics -> Display FPS. 

I mentioned ppracer as a bit of a sidenote, since not all applications
in Sid could handle Xorg's dri at first. Up until just recently,
glxgears/glxinfo would show I had dri enabled in Xorg, but applications
like ppracer would only show about 20fps (and cpu usage would go
through the roof). 

If you prefer glxgears stats, though... I'm currently getting ~1400fps. 

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