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Do people get mesa-dri just by installing xorg, or xorg-server, or a desktop environment? (If so, how?)
Wow, that's a lot more code :D But yeah, works fine.
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libwayland now uses only one file descriptor to keep track of all the timer event sources
I think I was able to use lld from devel/llvm with this invocation
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I've been using D18758 to get rid of gnu as on amd64 as well…
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We simply have slightly different conditions a so we must take drmkpi as adaptation, not emulation, layer.
Jan 6 2020
effectively ignoring the $ORIGIN at all
Jan 5 2020
Same issues on the latest version.
Dec 29 2019
I've been testing this patch for a while and it seems like…
Dec 17 2019
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Would it be possible to also support memory-mapped UART this way? Intel >=Skylake and all aarch64 systems use mmio.
Dec 3 2019
Now calling from IOAPIC suspend/resume functions (if there's any better place "close to the nexus" I haven't found it.)
Nov 25 2019
Is it just me or did setting epp break in the latest version?
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Just installed libsigsegv on a machine and the pkg message was: "Note that the stackoverflow handling functions of this library need procfs mounted on /proc."
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Rebased on top of the ASID changes
Nov 3 2019
Diff broken by rS354193 'Set the userspace execute never bit on kernel mappings' (looks like that sets UXN in the else case instead).
Oct 29 2019
Rebased on top of the powerpc64 change
Oct 18 2019
Maybe at some point they can even become PIE executables by default! :)
Oct 9 2019
The pmap_change_attr() API is private on arm64
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oh, i915 is reloadable, right. Everything works fine, can adjust brightness after reloading.
Yeah, I was wondering about devmatch in D21612
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Works fine on the Google Pixelbook (i7-7Y75) (where the old EST does not work because there aren't any acpi_perf devices).
Looks like this was merged as rS351480 but phabricator didn't count that for closing this review (full URL shouldn't be in "Differential Revision:"??)
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panic: vm_fault_hold: fault on nofault entry, addr: 0xffff00006e1ff000 in gfx_v8_0_kiq_resume
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Builds fine on aarch64 CURRENT, tested building ripgrep with it, fine.
I'm building on aarch64 right now, llvm is done, so I'm expecting success
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btw, kms-drm patch: https://github.com/FreeBSDDesktop/kms-drm/pull/163
Aug 6 2019
Seems fine so far, thanks
oh, also, msi_enabled is actually a public flag used by the i915 driver:
We need pdev->irq = rle->start still (and, for completeness, similarly in the disable function), otherwise it tries to request LINUX_IRQ_INVALID:
This causes panics in ZFS. Just doing an installkernel or cp -r /boot/kernel /boot/kernel.something results in:
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Update: added pdev->msi_enabled flag that's used by i915kms.