Want to backup current driver before installing the lastest from git...how?
BrunosJunk at Bronosky.com
Thu Jun 7 17:51:36 PDT 2007
I'm sorry that makes absolutely no sense to me. I have never launched xorg
I guess I should add desktop environment and display manager to that list.
On 6/7/07, manu <eallaud at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> On 06/07/2007 07:23:15 AM, Richard Bronosky wrote:
> > First, I'm very unclear about the roles and "position in the stack" of
> > kernel modules, drivers, xorg, and xrandr. So, I need to find a good
> > resource for that info.
> > I'm trying to stay up to date with the latest dev video drivers, xorg,
> > and xrandr. I just don't know how to backup (and recover from backup
> > if needed). I know people have to be doing this. Can you suggest to
> > me how?
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> Well I vahe installed the whole new server and drivers alongside the
> one provided by my distro by compiling with a prefix: I used
> /usr/local. You just have to put /usr/local/bin in your path and put
> somewhere (like ld.so.conf) the /usr/local/lib in the library path.
> It works no problem by doing startx -- /usr/locab/bin/Xorg for example.
> Good luck,
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