I forgot one point:
Mathematically there is _no_ logical difference in "creating a new document to
website" versus "modifying an existing document on the website".
Anybody who ever used diff knows this as well.
But that's all I have to say about it.
No another thing even: People make
>I've kept things current with the Intel 2D driver. Started to sync your work
>with the latest Intel DRM/Mesa 12.0.1
>for the next OI-Hipster release. Will work on OpenSXCE testing as time
>permits. Intel Iris Pro P580 works
>with your code.
Thanks Ken for your also unpaid userland X11 work
Ouch, excuse me the spelling errors.
All this work all over the past decade was done with massive pain in my
(somewhat un-even, distorted) right eye.
And the last time I could afford the special glasses I need to get updated was
That's why I always depend on lots of strong tea (or
On my Tablet I now have USB3 / xhci not only on booted Sol11.3 but also on
I didn't login for 3 days because as always I worked for free and unpaid on
Now I wanted to have a look how many folks have given me at least some pennies
back fro my more than half of a year
I got USB3.0 xhci finally working on Illumos: *so ok, let's make peace*
Fortunately I'm now permitted to post to Illumos-devel again (under strict
moderation, but it works nicely), thanks to Rich Lowe and Illumos for that :)
Here extra infos which are related and which will one day be part of the
ReleaseNotes, hence need to be posted also here (just in case
(I sent it to both lists but avoided x-posting)
BIG BREAKTHROUGH! Found needle in hay stack in wrong mb2 hdr, finally boots
Sol11.1++ via Grub2 UEFI32 on Lenovo MIIX 300-10IBY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhQaTvCyyog with quad-core Atom Z3735F
Diffs against local Oracle gate
(older and newer) :
I only wanted to have a quick look how far Intel-KMS has been merged in after I
sent the diffs around via private mails about 2 or 3 weeks ago (never heard
anything since then, except for my friend Gabriele aka XStreamOS - who also
accepted the diffs from me).
Really had no time to read
> Why in God's name are such 100% clear capitalist commercial advertisemnets by
>> non-code-contributors not a problem?
>Please be aware that, as a (co-)owner of a company, I am required by
>German law to give certain information about that company in all email
>communications that could be
>Вторник, 2 августа 2016, 8:43 UTC от "Udo Grabowski (IMK)"
>On 18/07/2016 23:35, Adam Števko wrote:
>> As part of a larger effort at providing a more formal governance structure
>> for the OpenIndiana project, I’d like to announce on the behalf of OI
thanks for this update, you spotted it well.
That's the typical situation on hosts with both Intel GPU and NVidia GPU.
But usually all it causes is that GLX and DRI don't come up and that Compiz
cannot be used.
It would make me wonder very much if this is the actual root cause
thanks for your nice email!
Well, Skylake is too new for these DRM/KMS backport bits as you know, sigh.
To get them supported I in Oracle's position would follow the FreeBSD linuxkpi
That is, in May I wasted already 2
11/xorg.conf, so i generated one with Xorg
>In /var/adm/messages there was no generated output.
>On 08/31/16 07:52 PM, Мартин Бохниг via
>>sorry for exp
Argg, I wanted to point out but eventually forgot to do so:
The problem is of course this:
[ 637.691] (II) intel(0): Setting screen physical size to 508 x 285
The questions are A) Why and B) what can we do about it.
>Четверг, 1 сентября 2016, 5:04 UTC от Alexander Jung
sure, I'm glad to do that. But my build machine is too outdated.
I perhaps should upgrade the entire host to Hipster's latest MATE iso level (or
I do that on the old laptop for now).
And yes, thankfully there is already one where Alexander has included my
DRM/KMS Sol12 backport diffs from
glad to hear this. And I'm happy it will get used and wasn't created for
nothing in half a year.
*Big Tnx :)*
Slight correction: In case of radeon it should perhaps be 2008/2009 or older,
rather than 2006.
As mentioned before mostly OFFlist I extra bought me 4 different testing
Ouch, forget the old part where I asked about Donations. I didn't want to
mention this again. I simply copied and pasted the old text from one of the
countless ascii files here in ~/Desktop.
This Celeron machine with 80% of swap full and also not only running several
wget's (each almost 1GB in
sorry for experiencing problems (tut mir leid, dass Du Probleme damit hast).
What is where exactly happening, in which precise order, how and why (was
passiert wo, in welcher genauen Reihenfolge wie und warum)?
The least you should send to enable me or anyone to help you (Das
Hallo Alexander Jung,
I forgot to mention: Levovo is know for messing around with generic pciids and
for replacing them with its own vendor ids (or at least for creating long
combined pciids and sub-ids consisting of the real generic pciids plus what
they invented themselves).
This can lead
Hi all, please some patience: Just to let you know, VirtualBox-5.1.4 builds and
almost packages in my local hipster userland but so far without QT5 frontend. I
tried to make it use QT4 via configure, but although this is still a supported
configuration, in reality it is broken. That's why we
because until then I had used a temporary wrapper workaround for this on
>Вторник, 13 сентября 2016, 18:51 UTC от Peter Tribble
>On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 5:27 PM, Мартин Бохниг via oi-dev <
Nice screenshot :)
Ok, following Aurelien's repeated advice and his qmake.conf I ditch qt5.5 and
instead - combined with Peter's hints upgraded just 15 minutes ago to:
Now, with all respect Ken, but did you check first that on your calendar isn't
Do you have the slightest clue what you are joking about?
This is like saying:
A: I have a new palace as my house, huray!
Q: Wow, congrats, how did you get it?
A: Well, at this time I so far only have
YES, USB didn't work in the old VirtualBox 5 package, butb the issue is solved
a long time now and I will upload a new package version as time permits
От кого: Мартин Бохниг
Кому: Discussion list for OpenIndiana
thanks for your understanding and for your qualified response.
Well, from vbox's viewpoint Qt.n (with n ==4.x or 5.x or z element N) is just a
single of many related aspects.
It just has to perform its job.
On the other hand I certainly understand that Qt by itself is an amazing
For what it is worth: Although they at Illumos promised that they allegedly
"banned me", they still keep bombarding my old email address with all of their
list traffic, although they of course prevent me from responding.
That's a clear form of "mobbing" or rather psycho CYBER-TERRORISM and of
It was OFFlist but is certainly useful as public AddOn, so I reply to myself:
Ironically Ken - despite all of his really very good userland Xorg and Mesa
work for a decade - never tested SNA on the last official Intel-Xorg-ddx which
is still 2.21.5 or
> If we later upgrade qt4.8 to qt5.0
Err, should of course read: to qt5.8
oi-dev mailing list
> Kernel DRM needs more love.
Unfortunately I spent all of this year for Hipster related projetcs.
It doesn't need "more love" but some $$$ to pay the running bills, but I
understand that community work will never ever be sustainable to us here who
actually do something (and I'm only one of
FYI, to Vbox' userland Makefile I also added this, to hardwire it so nobody
ever needs to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH or other non-recommended practices:
CONFIGURE_ENV += LD_OPTIONS="-L/lib/amd64 -R/lib/amd64 -L/usr/lib/amd64
-R/usr/lib/amd64 -L/usr/lib/qt/4.8/lib/amd64 -R/usr/lib/qt/4.8/lib/amd64"
2 things in a hurry
#0.) SNA is *noo* option on any Solaris, including latest native Oracle
Solaris 11.3 with its own unmodified kernel code.
(see https://openindiana.org/pipermail/oi-dev/2016-September/004835.html )
#1.) Independently of SNA after Intel-KMS footed X11 exits the
my primary focus was to get virtualbox5.1.x finished first.
And I still have some server stuff on the roadmap (webservices [for it gsoap])
and VirtualBox vnc support.
That's why qt5 is really not urgent.
qt4 works fine for VirtualBox5.1.x
To change Qt and even to replace Qt4.8
as promised here finally the binary SVR4 package for use on
Hipster/OpenIndiana, OpenSXCE, XStreamOS or TribbliX from 2015 or newer.
The ips stuff still needs some polishing and I release the src hipster-userland
integration later today or next night after first some sleep.
Hello Aurelien and Hipster community,
as promised I'm absolutely open to using Qt5 rather than Qt4.8, as long as this
Qt5.x in question A) builds here on old Hipster 2015 and B) works together with
The Qt5.5 build process functions much better than 5.8alpha on my 2015 based
Ouch, regarding the just published
[OpenIndiana-discuss] Fwd: [oi-dev] VirtualBox-5.1.6 on self-built Qt5.5 bins
uploaded (built on Hipster 2015 illumos-f83b46b)
I found a severe bug: Not sure if this is xcb
e resolution also don't
>The same behaviour with solaris11.3
>PS: I do not use windows at all ;)
>On 09/ 2/16 06:30 PM, Мартин Бохниг via
>Am 21. September 2016 21:16:27 MESZ, schrieb "Мартин Бохниг via oi-dev" <
>firstname.lastname@example.org >: For what it is worth: Although they at Illumos
>promised that they allegedly "banned me", they still keep bombarding my old
FYI (but without cross-posting) :
[OpenIndiana-discuss] USB still doesn't work as root user, plus CURRENT SRC
DIFFS SNAPSHOT __/__ Re: Running Martin's Virtualbox pkg, failing to compile
keymap while using vncserver
I'm by NO means intending to unintentionally diminish your qt5 work.
All I'm saying is: Qt5.8 is simply too new in every aspect.
It needs to be migrated in carefully and in paralel to good old stable 4.8
As promised I now wanted to port vbox5 back to Qt5 and run a test compile
Ok, as said I can upload the default created SVR4 pkgs etc. and the src diffs
for hipster integration.
But ips still needs more fiddeling:
VALIDATING MANIFEST CONTENT:
Ouch, sorry - not sure why the same output got included redundently.
Sent via a webmailer where html cannot be disabled and after a long night.
More info, the preliminary hipster-gate src diff and SVR4 test-packages on
Hi to France!
Ok, sounds great, tnx.
It is essential that the two (or more) can peacefully co-exist in
/usr/lib/qt/ for a migration period or perhaps forever..
But I must check again if the symlinks to /usr/bin (and /usr/include I believe
to recall) are part of the same ips package as the bins
Dear Hipster core-contributor team (==friends),
as discussed via OFFlist multicast emails over the past weeks, here also for
the public records again:
BIG CONGRATS for your phantastic distro work, most recently your incorporation
of MATE as dedicated Gnome2-successor.
I won't lose more words
So now let me know if you want me to fix it or wnat to fix it yourself.
As said, for this I must upgrade a few bits here (configure complains about
too old deps).
>Понедельник, 29 августа 2016, 12:07 UTC от Alexander Pyhalov <a..
that's a great achievement by TS.
I tested his code in all of July and the first week of August.
A pity UEFI support is not yet in, but given Illumos' contribution cycle it's
never easy to get something contributed, so it's perhaps just a question of
The UEFI code exists however in TS
libunwind vs OS/Net:
example of running asp.net on OpenSolaris OS/Net:
Running and debugging CoreCLR ASP.NET web applications on Triton
yesterday I asked you for your decisions regarding gcc45 (for Vbox5), but I can
understand it that you probably missed it in the stream of unrelated messages.
Here I would like to repeat them:
Here the bottom of build/manifest-i386-gcc-45.depend.res :
depend email@example.com type=optional
depend fmri=pkg:/SUNWcs@0.5.11-2015.0.2.15626 type=require
depend fmri=pkg:/firstname.lastname@example.org type=require
As said, no problem that you missed it.
There were lots of unrelated discussions yesterday and it was somewhat hidden.
Binary gcc45 SVR4 package for the sake of building Vbox5: *FINE*!
That's okay for me. I just feared you wouldn't permit this.
Nevertheless, now that gcc45 is
ms can be verified because it is all on the oi-dev list archives.
>Вторник, 27 сентября 2016, 11:46 UTC от Aurélien Larcher
>On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 4:47 AM, Мартин Бохниг via oi-dev
>< email@example.com > wrote:
>> Hi Ken,
bills are _a_ damn urgent tyrannic core-problem, but still only a side-show.
It is more like:
Task: Build the 3 Pyramids of Gizeh in 1:1 size from original stones material
as copy 1 mile south of the original Pyramids.
Available funds: for food, staff and material: (0 (actually a
iver authors to keep that going.
Multibillion TOP500 corporations are moving hundreds of millions around.
I wish you good luck with your "second stage implementation phase".
>Понедельник, 26 сентября 2016, 21:32 UTC от Мартин Бохниг via oi-dev
> So let's add these two drivers as blobs.
Ok, I add this to the make install diff which was already required to preserve
the staging area after SVR4 packaging finishes, which would prevent us from
using the default IPS make rules:
laugh just again.
Wise man was speaking, huh?
Compare this statement to some facts:
>Вторник, 27 сентября 2016, 17:21 UTC от Мартин Бохниг via oi-dev <
>> Regarding the Sol
To be precise: agpgart is still used among other things by gtt on gen<=5.
I also posted that 1 or 2 weeks ago, but can't find it quickly.
But that's it from me on that.
I already started linuxkpi work in Mai 2016 and have a ws here and on a FreeBSD
The complexity is huge, as we would then be
What about some SPARC Desktop driver "specialities" which sometimes do require
a developer to have real bare ,etal testing hardware (covering as many as
possible workstation, server and telco models ever manufatured by
Sun/Oracle/Fujitsu, such as in case of the Blade100/150 which needed a
Wow, that was a good one *lol*
First you need ATI-KMS to get the modern KMS-only ddx working.
While FreeBSD uses a very special method trick to get it working, don't expect
*me* to ever in my life waste my time for OI and then someone steals it and
distributes it under his name and gets the
While there aren't many who *could* do this, I see little benefit in why
anybody *should* put a couple of years of his life into it.
Because that's what it would cost, the minimum price so to say.
Graphics drivers and the BSDs
Rather than following FreeBSD's
>Воскресенье, 17 сентября 2017, 7:27 +02:00 от Alan Coopersmith
>On 09/16/17 03:44 PM, Aurélien Larcher wrote:
>> There was a KMS radeon driver in Solaris but I am not sure if it is still
>> maintained and it certainly supported only the ATI cards provided with
how often shall I explain and repeat it to you?
Here again: https://openindiana.org/pipermail/oi-dev/2017-September/005650.html
>Воскресенье, 17 сентября 2017, 0:45 +02:00 от Aurélien Larcher
>Unfortunately newer versions require KMS support which
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