2010/12/30 dE . <de.techno@...>:
> The difference is too large.
> One more set of success. Better performance with the classic mesa BUT with
> KMS enabled using the Debian kernel and it's config.
> Still not reproducible with my custom config.
> Is there a way to just see which things the radeon KMS driver expects... and
> certain messages if they are not found?
Have you checked dmesg, and "/var/log/Xorg.0.log"?
> On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 3:53 PM, <d.fedorov@...> wrote:
>> On Mon, 27 Dec 2010 08:42:09 +0100, Daniel Troeder <daniel@...>
>> > On 12/26/2010 01:06 PM, dE . wrote:
>> >> Hi. you might know me from the forums, but unfortunately I've appeared
>> >> to have stumbled over a difficult problem -
>> >> http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-6487475.html
>> >> I'm having a bad time configuring the kernel. I've enabled KMS (like
>> >> what's with Debian), used the latest xserver, mesa from the overlays
>> >> and
>> >> eselected mesa to galium (r300 and sw). On this setup, glxgears is
>> >> blank... the's just a blank windows with no reading of the fps drawn.
>> >> On the other hand on Debian I get a sustainable FPS, if I copy over the
>> >> Debian kernel (and modules) to my Gentoo install, I get good FPS, so
>> >> there must been something wrong with my kernel configuration. The
>> >> Debian
>> >> guys have enabled KMS.
>> >> RS690m chipset which hosts x1270.
>> > You can copy the ".config" from the debian kernel into the
>> > gentoo-kernel, run "make oldconfig" and see if that takes you in the
>> > right direction.
>> > Good luck,
>> > Daniel
>> Better to copy ".config" and to use diff with your gentoo .config