Originally Posted by Martinus2u
in my quest to solve another one of the neverending i915 issues i set out to compile the latest mesa version.
Having built and installed LLVM (a whooping 31 MB binary package), the standard Slackbuild now gets to this point which confuses me somewhat:
gmake: Entering directory `/tmp/Mesa-7.11/src/gallium/targets/dri-r300'
gmake: *** No rule to make target `../../../../src/gallium/drivers/r300/libr300.a', needed by `r300_dri.so'. Stop.
the object files are there, but apparently no rule to bind them into an archive? Has the make process been tested before??
I worked around it by removing the rX00 drivers from the driver list (surprisingly it still builds the corresponding xorg modules, don't ask), but has anyone got further in building the complete package?
I have also i965 card. I did success to compile with this command:
./configure --prefix/usr --with-dri-drivers=i965
trackinstall make install
then install the Slackware package.
*EDIT: Ah, sorry, didnt see you have i915. However, I think you could have i915 instead of i965 in configure option.