"There has been alot of talk about the Mesa driver in
Linux. One of the new things that has been talked about as the
savior of 3d graphics on Linux is the Gallium technology. This
technology is supposed to make writing drivers easier and to allow
for much more functionality in the Linux 3d stack.
"While I am not a gallium expert, I know enough to build the
driver and test it out. So I started with my stock Fedora 13 setup
(64bit, Q6600, 8GB RAM). I followed the wiki and installed the
Kernel, libdrm, mesa and the ATI driver all from git. It took a
little while, but it was reasonable to get going. It really helped
that I had built many of these components before when the r600c
driver originally came out, so I knew the process.
"So after installing all the components I booted my machine and
plymouth came up, but GDM was a black screen. So I disabled rhgb on
the kernel boot line and rebooted."
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