A working set of libdrm, mesa and xorg-server?
michael.verret at gmail.com
Mon Jul 7 11:19:35 PDT 2008
On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Adam Jackson <ajax at nwnk.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-07-07 at 07:48 -0500, Michael Verret wrote:
>> I've been working away at getting the latest or a very recent
>> combination of a working set of libdrm, mesa and xorg-server from GIT
>> to compile but I keep running into a roadblock. I either get stopped
>> at mesa, mesa/progs/demos (I would like to have at the least
>> mesa/progs/demos/gears) or xserver when one of them halts compiling at
>> a fatal error. To rule out that it is an error on my part that I have
>> not correctly prepared my system with a good set of supporting libs &
>> apps can someone please list a set of libdrm, mesa and xorg-server GIT
>> commits known to play nicely? A set of tarballs would be even sweeter
>> working for me in regards to a near xorg-7.4.
> We're using Mesa and libdrm from git in Fedora atm, but I also test the
> builds with libdrm 2.3.1 release and the Mesa 7.1 release candidate.
> If you don't mind reading rpm specfiles:
I do not mind, they are easy on the eyes.
> The mesa build is easily the least pleasant of the lot, though it's
> significantly prettier now that the configure script more or less does
> what I want. Note that there _is_ a bootstrapping problem: you need a
> libglut around to link most of the demos. You can get one by doing a
> Mesa libs build before building the demos, but the one included in Mesa
> is widely considered non-free.
> - ajax
Again, many thanks!
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