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Old 08-31-2003, 12:30 AM   #1
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DRI and libGL, libGLU

My DRI USED to work - and I did not change the XF86 server.
I am on Debian and have XF86 4.3 installed from Knoppix.

My system is a Thinkpad with the Radeon Mobility FireGL 9000 and Chromium was working great. I did something with the xlibmesa3-gl and xlibmesa3-glu or libglu1-mesa.

All the X startup suggests that agpgart and everything is OK. the glxinfo says:
direct rendering: No, yet glxgears works great. It's chromium and tux-racer that suck. AND THEY DID WORK --- something about the libGL that's wrong.



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