[Mesa-dev] Help for a beginner
brianp at vmware.com
Thu Oct 6 06:42:45 PDT 2011
On 10/06/2011 06:44 AM, Julian Adams wrote:
> It's possible that the instructions will only switch you over to your
> locally built version version of Mesa if you are already running a
> shipped Mesa as your driver. It looks like you're running the Nvidia
> blob. Perhaps you need to switch to Mesa/Nouveau first?
> On 6 October 2011 07:09, Romain Failliot <romain.failliot at foolstep.com
> <mailto:romain.failliot at foolstep.com>> wrote:
> 2011/9/27 Romain Failliot <romain.failliot at foolstep.com
> <mailto:romain.failliot at foolstep.com>>:
> > I'll get my hand in the code now.
> > Be right back as soon as I can run my own mesa code :)
> Sorry for the delay, I lost my internet connection for a week...
> So I started compiling mesa thanks to the site Benjamin Bellec gave to
> me http://forums.fedora-fr.org/viewtopic.php?id=51681
> And with this simple command line:
> $ ./autogen.sh --with-gallium-drivers=nouveau --with-dri-drivers=
> Everything went well. (I'm not sure about the empty parameter for the
> dri drivers though)
> But my first problem occured: although I changed my LD_LIBRARY_PATH,
> graphic drivers are still those from nvidia. Here is the result of the
> $ glxinfo | grep "OpenGL version string"
> OpenGL version string: 2.1.2 NVIDIA 280.13
> Any idea?
It would help to see the rest of glxinfo, but it might be that you're
just not picking up the new dri driver. Try setting the
LIBGL_DRIVERS_PATH env var to point to the location of the *_dri.so
Otherwise, set LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose and re-run glxinfo to see if
anything is going wrong.
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