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SubjectRe: New proposed DRM interface design
Keith Whitwell wrote:
> Christoph Hellwig wrote:
>
>> On Sat, Sep 04, 2004 at 11:23:35AM +0100, Keith Whitwell wrote:
>>
>>>> Actually regulat users do. And they do by pulling an uptodate
>>>> kernel or
>>>> using a vendor kernel with backports. This model would work for
>>>> video drivers
>>>> aswell.
>>>
>>>
>>> Sure, explain to me how I should upgrade my RH-9 system to work on my
>>> new i915?
>>
>>
>>
>> Download a new kernel.org kernel or petition the fedora legacy folks to
>> include a drm update. The last release RH-9 kernel has various security
>> and data integrity issues anyway, so you'd be a fool to keep running it.
>
>
> OK, I've found www.kernel.org, and clicked on the 'latest stable kernel'
> link. I got a file called "patch-2.6.8.1.bz2". I tried to install this
> but nothing happened. My i915 still doesn't work. What do I do now?
>

Just out of interest, what would the scenario be if you do if you could
get a compatible driver?
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