Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 59732
DRI not set up on Voodoo3 card
Last modified: 2005-10-31 17:00:50 EST
Description of Problem:
Using Hampton Beta 1.
I have a Voodoo3 3000 card in my machine. X configuration proceeds normally,
but when I run "glxinfo" upon logging in as a user, I get:
[minter@kenbridge minter]$ glxinfo | grep -i direct
direct rendering: No
OpenGL renderer string: Mesa GLX Indirect
Should DRI be set up on cards that can use it?
Yes, DRI is enabled by default for all hardware that supports it.
The Voodoo 3 only supports DRI at 16bit depth, and only if you're
using 1024x768 or lower.
Please attach your X config files and X server log as file attachments
to all XFree86/Xconfigurator bug reports. Also, just a note for future,
XFree86-Servers is XFree86 3.3.6, and is not part of the beta, it is
obsoleted from the distro now.
Created attachment 45459 [details]
Output of "startx >x.log 2>&1"
Created attachment 45460 [details]
Ok. I've attached the X startup log and XF86Config-4.
I set up 16 bit color and 1024x768 during the install.
This I believe is due to a bug in anaconda putting pex and xie modules
into the config file, which no longer exist. Comment out these lines,
and it should work. If not, it definitely works in the latest release,
as I am testing a Voodoo 3 with DRI in 1024x768 right now.
4.2.0-6.45 should work fine.