[Intel-gfx] How to build the driver for old OS (RHEL4.2)
wmy122 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 22 11:02:14 CEST 2010
>> I am having a Intel box with 945GSE chipset.
>> And I have a legacy application which runs on RHEL4.2 / GNOME.
>> The standard (in-built) Intel driver is working fine for GNOME
>> But I found the (dual) display is not operating successfully.
>> Please advise how to re-build the driver 'cause I couldn't find the
>> rpm or make files from the forum.
>The short answer is, you don't. Consider running that application on a
>different machine than the one you're displaying on, possibly in a
>virtual machine. X supports TCP for a reason. RHEL 5.5 includes
>primitive dualhead support for your chip, and (when it comes out) RHEL
>6.0 will include modern, runtime-configurable dualhead.
If the application requires dual display with extended mode (not clone
mode), does this suggestion can be applied in this case as well?
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