[Intel-gfx] I need help before I can help
ayer.3d at gmail.com
Fri Jul 15 23:00:04 PDT 2011
I am having a little trouble compiling the mesa 3d 7.10.2 driver for my
machine. My graphics card is an Intel 82845G/GL[Brookdale-G]/GE Chipset
Integrated Graphics. I currently have an older version which works, but not
correctly. With the driver set to "intel" in my xorg.conf, I get
(relatively) fast 3d with incorrect rendering, and Xvideo doesn't work.
Without the driver part, I get an undetected monitor (only get 1024x768
resolution), Xvideo works, and 3d runs at 1-2 FPS but renders correctly. I
believe I have everything I need to compile, however I get the following
error for the command "make linux-dri-x86" (same without "-x86"):
glxext.c:136: error: ‘xGLXBufferSwapComplete2’ undeclared (first use in this
I have the package x11proto-gl-dev installed with the file
"/usr/include/GL/glxproto.h" in the proper place, however upon inspection,
the file does not have 'xGLXBufferSwapComplete2' defined, only
'xGLXBufferSwapComplete'. Do I need an older version of the package, or do I
need to patch 'glxproto.h', or what? Thank you in advance!
P.S. Is the IRC channel exclusive to testers? I would have asked on IRC, but
I was instantly banned for some reason.
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