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linibird
December 14th, 2008, 11:50 AM
Hoping the latest version would help me from new hardware headaches, I just installed Jaunty on my thinkpad x200. Networking works out of the box. 1280x800 resolution is also OK without a xorg.conf. I see intel driver,dri,drm are working from the log. But 3D accel always fails. I tried quake 3 and glxutils. These apps all reports they are using software accel-ed mesa drivers. Jaunty mesa version is 7.3-devel. I downloaded a mesa version(7.2). It didn't help either.

glxheads: exercise multiple GLX connections (any key = exit)
Usage:
glxheads xdisplayname ...
Example:
glxheads :0 mars:0 venus:1
Name: :0
Display: 0x80bf008
Window: 0x1e00002
Context: 0x80c8260
GL_VERSION: 2.1 Mesa 7.2
GL_VENDOR: Brian Paul
GL_RENDERER: Mesa X11


Please help. Xorg.0.log is attached. Thanks a lot.

cb951303
December 14th, 2008, 12:00 PM
Hoping the latest version would help me from new hardware headaches, I just installed Jaunty on my thinkpad x200. Networking works out of the box. 1280x800 resolution is also OK without a xorg.conf. I see intel driver,dri,drm are working from the log. But 3D accel always fails. I tried quake 3 and glxutils. These apps all reports they are using software accel-ed mesa drivers. Jaunty mesa version is 7.3-devel. I downloaded a mesa version(7.2). It didn't help either.

glxheads: exercise multiple GLX connections (any key = exit)
Usage:
glxheads xdisplayname ...
Example:
glxheads :0 mars:0 venus:1
Name: :0
Display: 0x80bf008
Window: 0x1e00002
Context: 0x80c8260
GL_VERSION: 2.1 Mesa 7.2
GL_VENDOR: Brian Paul
GL_RENDERER: Mesa X11


Please help. Xorg.0.log is attached. Thanks a lot.

everything will get better for intel drivers once dri2 and gem is integrated to the kernel (which is soon)

linibird
December 14th, 2008, 01:46 PM
But how can I solve it now? Is there a version of kernel in development that includes all you said?


everything will get better for intel drivers once dri2 and gem is integrated to the kernel (which is soon)