is working now, i just removed ttm.ko from kernel XD it gives a warning but it works. but the actual render 1600 in glxgears and opengl 1.4 but wine almost work in 3d mode. nice progress XD
Every now and then it's useful to boot up a generic with all the modules just to see which ones your hardware grabs. It gives you an idea about what to enable as modules when you build a custom kernel. Takes some guess-work out:D
well this is bad only cuz amd drm code is not completly in the kernel yet, so prolly for 2.6.32 these wont be an issues unless you wanna try bleeding edge code
glxinfo does create a GL context (it has to query the extension list, after all), and thus the driver will do the whole DRI (or DRI2) initialization dance, including opening a DRM fd (one reason why this is necessary anyway is that we need to check the DRM version to determine which extensions are supported by the DRM - the DRM doesn't know about 3D, but it *does* know about register validity, so if some register has only been added in a later version of the DRM, we need to check that).
Of course, glxinfo shouldn't submit any command streams, that would be just wrong.
Agreed. My reading of the situation was that drm included X server support and was being initialized properly (allowing glxinfo to work) but since the 3D support wasn't there the drm blew chunks on the first command submission.