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[directfb-users] Re: Debian Packages of XDirectfb
On Mon, Sep 30, 2002 at 09:18:37PM +0200, Denis Oliver Kropp wrote: > Quoting David Spreen (email@example.com): > > Hey, > > I intend to build debian packages of XDirectFB. My question is, if it's > > only the Xserver which is patched, or if there's anything else (doesn't > > seem so to me). My plan is to take the debian sourcepackage of XFree 4.02, > > patch the source and move the XDirectFB server to the package > > xserver-xfree86. The goal is to have only one package to be replaced to > > get XDirectFB working. Therefore I have to know if there's anything > > changed in the rest of XFree or if only the DirectFB-X-server is built. > > > > The patch looks like it's only the Xserver, but I had only o short look > > at it. > > A package with the XDirectFB binary would be sufficient, > what about a new package with the name "xserver-directfb"? > XFree and XDirectFB can be installed into the same tree > at the same time. It's just the additional binary of the > server. While we're discussing it, could someone tell me how possible it is to get a more or less 'full' version of XDirectFB compiled? By full I mean one that supports more extensions and doesn't cause KDE apps (and maybe some others) to exit with a bunch of X protocol errors; I realize extensions like Xv, Render, and GLX would take a lot of work (although... could DirectFBGL be used to implement GLX?) -- Furrfu! r a k k o at c h a r t e r dot n e t -- Info: To unsubscribe send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with "unsubscribe directfb-users" as subject.