ckurecka at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 17:59:02 UTC 2006
That got it working for me. It doesn't cause any major issues or anything,
but it seemed to die on its own a couple times (just showing a normal GNOME
desktop without shadows). Rerunning spififity after that brought it back
up. On my Radeon 9000 it's kind of slow. I was wondering if anything can
be done to make it faster?
My xorg.conf options are:
Option "AllowGLXWithComposite" "1"
Option "RenderAccel" "yes"
Option "AccelMethod" "xaa"
I tried exa, but that made it seem even slower. Should I consider ATI's
proprietary drivers? Is there any other flag worth trying?
Thanks for the help. It's pretty cool.
On 2/16/06, Ray Strode <rstrode at redhat.com> wrote:
> > I followed the steps as listed in the first email of this thread (plus
> > the selinux suggestion later on), with the only deviation being that
> > sed -i -e 's/Xorg/Xair/g' /usr/share/gdm/config/gdm.conf-custom didn't
> > work, so I created a /usr/share/gdm/config folder and then touched
> > gdm.conf-custom and then ran the command. Not sure if that's wrong to
> > do.
> > I do indeed get drop shadows and a bunch of solid white windows, and
> > an earlier email said that might be because I'm using Xorg instead of
> > Xair. However, I removed /usr/bin/X and made a symlink
> > to /usr/bin/Xair. Was that not the right way to make sure Xair is
> > working?
> So with the latest rawhide, gdm's configuration file has moved to
> Add something like this to it:
> name=Accelerated Indirect server
> command=/usr/bin/Xair -audit 0
> If you already have a [servers] section, change what's already there
> instead of adding a second entry (but still add the [server-Xair]
> Then run /usr/sbin/gdm-restart as root
> Note, it appears all x86-64 users get the white boxes no matter what.
> That bug is being worked on.
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