Xgl can't start with resolution > 1024x1024
biebl at teco.edu
Sun Feb 19 14:54:05 PST 2006
Felix Kühling wrote:
> Am Sonntag, den 19.02.2006, 19:58 +0100 schrieb Michael Biebl:
>> Jürg Billeter wrote:
>>> On Don, 2006-02-16 at 06:38 -0500, Anders Kaseorg wrote:
>>>> I'm using fairly current Xgl+Mesa+Glitz CVS on Ubuntu dapper, with the
>>>> r200 driver for my 64 MB Radeon Mobility 9000. If I start Xgl with
>>>> resolution 1024x1024 it works fine, but if I try to get a single pixel
>>>> more in either direction it fails with "Fatal server error: no screens
>>>> found". Is this a bug or just a hardware limitation?
>>> With Mesa CVS you need to allow large textures for r200, this can be
>>> configured in drirc.
>> I have the same issue. Unfortunately I didn't find information what to
>> put into /etc/drirc. What is the format of this file and what info do I
>> have to put into it?
> The easiest way is to use driconf. See
> http://dri.freedesktop.org/wiki/DriConf. In standard mode it will only
> change ~/.drirc. You can either copy that file to /etc/drirc to make it
> effective system-wide or run driconf as root and go to expert mode. That
> will allow you to change /etc/drirc directly.
that did the trick. Happy XGL user now ;-)
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