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  • #31
    FWIW here glxinfo atm works, glxgears graciously fails giving pretty damn much output in terminal. (I'm from the school which assumes a lot of output, even errors or failures, is a good thing. )
    Btw, what happened to all the demos? I can't seem to find barely any in my mesa/progs/ dir.

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    • #32
      Found them, never mind...

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      • #33
        (just recalled that redbook demos might be more satisfying to test with than glxgears)

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        • #34
          I apologize for the myriad of messages. I wanted to edit, thank Michael for setting editing delay too short.
          Right. So r600g (after re-enabling rendering; yeah, I like living dangerous) does not work with redbook hello.
          ps. glisse: Thanks for GPU reset. XD Makes testing less hazardous.

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          • #35
            (if redbook hello was expected to work, poke me and I'll retest and file a bug; it was RV670)

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            • #36
              Yeah 1-minute delay pretty much means 0-minute delay for me. No need to file bugs at this stage.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by marek View Post
                Yeah 1-minute delay pretty much means 0-minute delay for me. No need to file bugs at this stage.
                Great. It's just that it's afaik one of the simplest demos (if not the simplest demo) that exist in Mesa's demo repo and if it doesn't render, running more advanced demos (like eg glxgears) is probably overkill for a long time still. Just wanted to check.

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                • #38
                  Me stupid, should've remembered trivial demos are more trivial.
                  Yeah, I guess the status simply is doesn't work at all with r6xx, some trivial tests (according to glisse's blog) might work with r7xx unless broken since.

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                  • #39
                    At the moment the driver doesn't draw anything on any card. There'll be an announcement once some trivial stuff works.

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                    • #40
                      I assumed by "So here it's tri-flat being render using a shiny compiler infrastructure." [http://jglisse.livejournal.com/] that it could do some trivial demos with r7xx. My mistake then.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by nanonyme View Post
                        I assumed by "So here it's tri-flat being render using a shiny compiler infrastructure." [http://jglisse.livejournal.com/] that it could do some trivial demos with r7xx. My mistake then.
                        There is a commit in git which turns off all rendering, perhaps it was on at the time of the blogpost.

                        Good news is that log evidence at http://cgit.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa/log/ indicates that 600g is moving forward. It'll probably be months before it's usable, though. I recomend xorg-server 1.8.0 (NOT 1.8.1, which crashes) and mesa 7.8.1 in the meanwhile, it's stable and works great with r600.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by xiando View Post
                          There is a commit in git which turns off all rendering, perhaps it was on at the time of the blogpost.
                          I know, I turned it back on for testing.

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                          • #43
                            Let me clarify: all those previous comments were with rendering enabled.

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