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On Mon, Jan 08, 2001 at 02:56:05PM -0800, J Sloan wrote:

> In my case, that meant nuking mesa from my system and
> letting Linux use what was left, which got me back the good
> accelerated performance - you may choose a less drastic
> option. I don't see any breakage from the absence of mesa.

Well, the real problem is that (at least Voodoo3) DRI didn't work _before_
with the "latest" test and pre kernels, and X < 4.0.2 (unless there was some
combination I didn't manage to find) even if it was using the correct
library.

[ If anyone would like some help, feel free to email me directly ]
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