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Old 16th September 2008
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Hello everyone

I'm having a few problems getting DRI going with my Intel 965GM (I have a Thinkpad T61) and went to run glxinfo to find there is no command. I've done my research (Google) to no avail obviously. If anyone could steer me in the right direction, it would be appreciated.

Also, with the DRI problem, here is my xorg.conf if anyone could take a crack at it, as my mind is really boggled why its not working. *Note: I also dont have a /dev/dri. Hope that helps *
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This GFX card works for sure as I am having the same GM965 running.

The things that I have done to get it running:
1. add ip/hostname to /etc/hosts [ http://freebsd.org/handbook/configtu....html#AEN16493 ]
2. remove i810 driver --> # pkg_delete -f -x i810
3. install intel driver --> # pkg_add -r xf86-video-intel
4. condifugre x11 --> # Xorg -configure (but your config seems ok)
5. if you need various glx* commands then --> # pkg_add -r mesa-demos

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Also, with the DRI problem, here is my xorg.conf if anyone could take a crack at it, as my mind is really boggled why its not working.
Pretty messed but looks ok and should work.

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*Note: I also dont have a /dev/dri. Hope that helps *
6. try that, but i915 is loaded by x11 automagically when you start x11 --> # kldload i915

... I run FreeBSD 7.0 but 7.1-BETA also works good with that GM965.
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1. add ip/hostname to /etc/hosts
My file reads:
::1 localhost
127.0.0.1 localhost


I can't imagine that really affecting my DRI performance at all *of course I could be wrong though *

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6. try that, but i915 is loaded by x11 automagically when you start x11 --> # kldload i915
I get:
Jupiter# kldload i915
kldload: can't load i915: File exists


I did a:
ls /boot/kernel | grep -i i915

and I got back:
i915.ko
i915.ko.symbols

Don't know if im in the right place though.

Thank you so far for the help

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My file reads:
::1 localhost
127.0.0.1 localhost


I can't imagine that really affecting my DRI performance at all *of course I could be wrong though
Sometimes x11 woulnd not start at all because of that ... and you did not added any entries.

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I get:
Jupiter# kldload i915
kldload: can't load i915: File exists
So it is already loaded.

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Don't know if im in the right place though.

Thank you so far for the help
Does x11 starts/works?
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Please show us your /var/log/Xorg.0.log file and, after you install mesa-demos, the output of 'LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose glxinfo'.

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I got it to work. The problem was there was no line for my card in ummm, one of the dri confs in my kernel source. I added the patch for the 965gm and it worked
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