As far as I understand, both Nouveau and the Intel graphics driver now require
kernel modesetting, starting with Fedora 13. Before I edit
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_debug_Xorg_problems a second time I
wanted to ask: Does the Radeon driver still support userspace modesetting, or
are there in fact no drivers in Fedora 13 that work both with and without
kernel modesetting? I'd like to finally get that page fully up-to-date.
Another question: What is the correct behaviour when the kernel parameter
"nomodeset" is used and the driver doesn't support this? X failing to start at
all, as happens with my Intel G35, or using the Vesa driver, as happens with
my GeForce Go 7900 GS? The latter seems more useful to me.
Anjuta carries a bunch of template sources which are filled up at
runtime to generate source files for various kinds of projects. These
are placed in /usr/share/anjuta/project. Now
/usr/lib/rpm/brp-python-bytecompile is trying to byte compile the
Python templates, which are obviously not syntactically correct Python
sources. This is failing the build:
How do I work around this?
I'm new to this list and to Fedora too. I'm developing a driver for a hobby pcie board that poses as an hba adapter and currently, it's stable to the point that I can properly respond to scsi inquiry and do some I/O to my board, format, mount and store some files in it. My next hurdle is to make fedora "see" my board during installation and I've read that driver disks are the way to go. I've followed some (outdated mostly) howto's, even used dkms and ddiskit but F12 still wont load my disk? are there any anaconda errata/updates/documents I could read up on so I can resolve this issue?
thanks and regards