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  • Originally posted by oibaf View Post
    Seen this too. Do you sure Iris is 100% available in packages in PPA?

    Originally posted by oibaf View Post
    If it still doesn't work you are likely using a too old GPU not supported by iris.
    It's M3-7Y30 (Kaby Lake) which is much above Broadwell.

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    • Originally posted by RussianNeuroMancer View Post
      It's M3-7Y30 (Kaby Lake) which is much above Broadwell.

      Seen this too. Do you sure Iris is 100% available in packages in PPA?
      Yes, see the build logs:
      Gallium drivers: nouveau virgl svga iris r600 r300 radeonsi swrast
      also Phoronix itself is using my PPA for testing iris, see the bionic-oibaf-ppa signature of my packages in config table:
      https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...eptember&num=2

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      • There is no new build from 5 days. I sow that there is problem with configuration script (missing comma separator for driver names), I hope for new version because of many ACO fixes in past several days.

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        • Ah. That would be why I've not been seeing the twice-daily oibaf PPA updates since October 29th.

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          • PPA also provides zink driver now.

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            • Hi!

              Ever since the switch to Mesa 20.0, the mesa-common-dev packages seem to be missing the GL include headers.--haven't been able to find them in the build logs at all.

              See for example the build log for a 19.3 package versus the build log for the latest 20.0 package -- search for the sequence Package: mesa-common-dev to jump directly to the relevant part of the logs. 19.3 contains the expected headers (gl.h, glx.h, what have you) in /usr/include/GL, whereas 20.0 only ships internal/dri_interface.h and is missing KHR/khrplatform.h as well.

              Is this by design and maybe I'm missing something?

              Thanks!

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              • Ah, never mind, figured it out, it was my bad. Wasn't aware that the GL headers (and libGL.so symlink) were migrated to libgl-dev and not coinstallable with libglvnd-dev.

                Sorry for the bother

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