[Openchrome-devel] Bugs in via_wait_idle()
Tue Feb 10 02:08:53 PST 2009
On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 8:23 PM, Thomas Hellstr?m <thomas at shipmail.org> wrote:
> Thomas Steffen wrote:
>> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 8:14 AM, Thomas Hellstr?m <thomas at shipmail.org> wrote:
>>> You can download the documentation (should be reasonably similar to the
>>> VX800 docs) in
>>> Xavier's new wiki site.
>> Thanks, I will have a look.
>>> Note that the open source via drm module does not support Chrome9 at all,
>>> VIA has provided some patches that haven't made it upstream yet.
>> Are you talking about the one in the kernel, or one of the more recent
>> developments? Because the one in the kernel is certainly used for
>> Chrome9, and some people report varying degrees of success.
> The one that in the vanilla linux kernel does more or less nothing
> except allows Chrome9 chips to submit PCI commands, which the X server
> can do on its own.
> Or are you talking about a distro custom kernel? In that case, it might
> be a VIA-modified kernel module.
Hi both Thomas's
I have worked up a patch to mesa git to include VIA's chrome9 kernel
module. I have not had much success with it, but haven't had much
time to tinker with it either. I have also been working on a patch to
via_accel.c via_dma.c and via_drc.c to properly handle the chrome9
registers. That is close, but also needs some work. I will try to
get those into a publicly consumable form in the next day or two and
all other people to play around with it.
More information about the Openchrome-devel