I am running:
Debian/unstable with libgl1-mesa-dri from experimental, ie 6.5.0.cvs.20060524-1
Acer TravelMate 3012, (--) Chipset 945GM found
and GL is extremely slow. The problem is verysimilar to bug #6672, but this time
on i910 driver. Starting googleearth gives me:
do_wait: drmWaitVBlank returned -1, IRQs don't seem to be working correctly.
Try running with LIBGL_THROTTLE_REFRESH and LIBL_SYNC_REFRESH unset.
and nothing is shown.
Earlier I had dri/drm disabled and at this time googleearth was working
Any hints what I could try?
Created attachment 5912 [details] [review]
Check Pipe B for IRQ's
Try applying this patch to your kernel sources in
With this patch googleearth starts and works more or less as fast as in indirect
So the one error is gone, the other that the rendering is quite slow is still
Do you know any other simple program (pref. in Debian/unstable) with which I can
test the performance? glxgears? But it does not give me any information (I
thought it says something about blabla fps before).
Thanks a lot and all the best
I'm not sure what's in Debian. You could checkout the Mesa source from CVS and
use the sample programs in progs/demos to test performance.
But if you are getting direct rendering, then it may just be that google earth
is hitting a slower path that may not be optimized or possibly even a software path.
This patch fixes the googleearth issue on my Dell D410 laptop with an i915GM.
The DFP on the laptop apparently is connected to PIPEB, normally.
It would be nice if it made upstream sometime soon.
It's in the relevant git repos now.
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