Fwd: X.org PCI changes breaks support for Silicon Motion SM720 Lynx3DM card?

2008-12-01 Thread Richard Schwarting
Hello. I have a Silicon Motion SM720 Lynx3DM card which X in Ubuntu 8.10 (and Fedora 9) will not start on. The log seems fine but ends with: AddScreen/ScreenInit failed for driver 0 The issue it experience seems to have been introduced by changes to X to use libpciaccess. Using GDB, and

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 08:19, David Miller a écrit : But what I spend most of my time doing is figuring out what new default breaks Xorg on my system. This was one of them. The other one was the internal fonts stuff with the X server, which caused me to lose my Emacs international fonts.

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Mikhail Gusarov
Twas brillig at 11:38:21 01.12.2008 UTC+05 when [EMAIL PROTECTED] did gyre and gimble: AEP Then it may be a good idea to write such client (even without the pop-up, AEP a static default stored in the configuration file will also work) and add AEP it to xorg-apps as an example implementation

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Daniel Stone
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 09:49:29AM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote: IIRC even SUN was told in no incertain terms it could forget its own next-gen font system because everyone that mattered had adopted fontconfig I may be completely wrong on this one, but ISTR one of the problems with STSF (aside

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Mikhail Gusarov
Twas brillig at 20:22:30 01.12.2008 UTC+11 when [EMAIL PROTECTED] did gyre and gimble: DS [0]: Emacs in 'utter luddites' shock. Not anymore. -- ___ xorg mailing list xorg@lists.freedesktop.org http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/xorg

Re: Keysyms: HomePage vs WWW

2008-12-01 Thread James Cloos
Sergey == Sergey Udaltsov [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: If keyboards which use I32 with the kbd driver generate I158 in evdev I'd make I32 be WWW and if they generate I180 when using evdev then HomePage. Sergey Ghm. How could I find this out without having that particular keyboard Sergey in

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread David Miller
From: Nicolas Mailhot [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 09:49:29 +0100 (CET) Ironically fontconfig was adopted in large part because the core fonts system had major problems with internationalization. Ironically you didn't read my posting. I'm not against any of this stuff, I'm against

Re: Xrandr does not support screen size across two screens

2008-12-01 Thread Tino Keitel
On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 14:53:54 +, Tobias Kaminsky wrote: I don't know any details about Xephyr, but the current stable release of the Xserver doesn't allow multihead accross multiple graphic adapters. This is a planned feature of Xserver 1.6. But I am using X across two screens with

Re: Using XTestFakeDeviceMotionEvent().

2008-12-01 Thread James Cloos
Chris == Chris Ball [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Chris The following program (requires XInput2) warps my pointer to (0,0) Chris instead of the requested (600,400). I'd be interested to know whether Chris this happens for other people, It warped my pointer to 600,400. My server and client libs

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Xavier Bestel
On Sun, 2008-11-30 at 14:11 +, Beso wrote: just look at the evdev driver. i think that after its development the usability of keyboards and mouses has increased quite a lot. now i cannot see a reason to switch back to kbd + mouse instead of evdev. I see one: keyboard layout isn't

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 10:39, David Miller a écrit : From: Nicolas Mailhot [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 09:49:29 +0100 (CET) Ironically fontconfig was adopted in large part because the core fonts system had major problems with internationalization. Ironically you didn't read

Re: Keysyms: HomePage vs WWW

2008-12-01 Thread Sergey Udaltsov
I suspect WWW is more likely than HomePage. Yes, I suspect the same thing. That's why I asked. But I see that some of the keyboards have both, often with I32 as HomePage and something else as WWW. Yes, for those cases we have to distinguish... Maybe the bsd src for converting from usb to

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Daniel Stone
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:39:32AM -0800, David Miller wrote: From: Nicolas Mailhot [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 09:49:29 +0100 (CET) Ironically fontconfig was adopted in large part because the core fonts system had major problems with internationalization. Ironically you

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread David Miller
From: Nicolas Mailhot [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 10:58:17 +0100 (CET) If there is somethign obvious here, is that emacs maintainers didn't made due diligence by any reasonable definition. Even the kernel made major changes (devfs, sysfs, etc) in the time it took for emacs folks

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread David Miller
From: Daniel Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 21:05:46 +1100 On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:39:32AM -0800, David Miller wrote: From: Nicolas Mailhot [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 09:49:29 +0100 (CET) Ironically fontconfig was adopted in large part because the core

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 11:19, David Miller a écrit : From: Nicolas Mailhot [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 10:58:17 +0100 (CET) If there is somethign obvious here, is that emacs maintainers didn't made due diligence by any reasonable definition. Even the kernel made major changes

Re: Fwd: X.org PCI changes breaks support for Silicon Motion SM720 Lynx3DM card?

2008-12-01 Thread Francisco Jerez
Richard Schwarting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hello. I have a Silicon Motion SM720 Lynx3DM card which X in Ubuntu 8.10 (and Fedora 9) will not start on. The log seems fine but ends with: AddScreen/ScreenInit failed for driver 0 The issue it experience seems to have been introduced by

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread David Miller
From: Nicolas Mailhot [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 11:26:51 +0100 (CET) Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 11:19, David Miller a écrit : From: Nicolas Mailhot [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 10:58:17 +0100 (CET) If there is somethign obvious here, is that emacs maintainers

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Colin Guthrie
Xavier Bestel wrote: On Sun, 2008-11-30 at 14:11 +, Beso wrote: just look at the evdev driver. i think that after its development the usability of keyboards and mouses has increased quite a lot. now i cannot see a reason to switch back to kbd + mouse instead of evdev. I see one:

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 12:22, Colin Guthrie a écrit : I think the real question here is who is responsible for this. IMHO the core problem is that the Linux kernel console has been left to rot quietly. The main reason evdev/hal does not export a system layout information xorg could use

Re: Additional NULL (??) layout group with evdev+hal

2008-12-01 Thread Thomas Fritzsche
Hi Peter, this is regression caused by correction for 14373 (fixed with commit ae986d1c73d). I rebuild server removing the coding that copy more than 2 shift level and more than 2 groups like this: /* AB..CDE... - ABABCDE... */ if (groupWidth 0 maxSymsPerKey =

Re: Keysyms: HomePage vs WWW

2008-12-01 Thread Sergey Udaltsov
Here I published the keycodes used for WWW and HomePage (and VendorHome, just in case): http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pCdLapzoHyYYFYQ5pKV3-QA Another suspect keycode: I02. May be, we just should state that I32 would be for HomePage, I02 would be for WWW?... Of course, this is only for

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread James Cloos
David == David Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: David Yet my emacs fonts are fux0red, my input device specifications in David my xorg.conf file are completely ignored, and MetaSendsEscape no David longer works with my xterms, with the current X server. Using --disable-config-dbus

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Olivier Galibert
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:40:57PM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote: As usual, people who care about something are free to maintain it in good shape, since this is how free software works. What is there to maintain, exactly? OG. ___ xorg mailing list

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Olivier Galibert
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:15:05PM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote: BTW now that almost all the X userspace has been converted to use fontconfig and modern TrueType/OpenType fonts, I expect the level of attention fonts in legacy bitmap format receive to drop sharply, which will ultimately lead to

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 13:33, Olivier Galibert a écrit : On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:15:05PM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote: BTW now that almost all the X userspace has been converted to use fontconfig and modern TrueType/OpenType fonts, I expect the level of attention fonts in legacy bitmap

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 13:44, Olivier Galibert a écrit : On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:40:57PM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote: As usual, people who care about something are free to maintain it in good shape, since this is how free software works. What is there to maintain, exactly? Fonts are

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Alan Cox
What is there to maintain, exactly? Fonts are not generated out of thin hair and they need to be updated to keep up with the environment. Only if you keep breaking the environment carelessly. Environment changes can be changes in encoding standards (unicode is still evolving and even

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 13:59, Alan Cox a écrit : The result is that since there is no single shared layout X and the kernel use, no layout info is exposed by the kernel infrastructure. (and from a functional point of view there is no reason a key should have a different behaviour in X and

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Mon, 1 Dec 2008, James Cloos wrote: David == David Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: David Yet my emacs fonts are fux0red, my input device specifications in David my xorg.conf file are completely ignored, and MetaSendsEscape no David longer works with my xterms, with the current X server.

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 14:10, Alan Cox a écrit : All non issues. In case you've not noticed every time you use a vectorised font you turn it into a bitmap to suit a changing variety of hardware and encodings. In case you've not noticed the so-called kernel console userspace is totally

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Alan Cox
In case you've not noticed the so-called kernel console userspace is totally unable right now to turn standard vectorised fonts into bitmaps suiting a changing variety of hardware and encodings, and relies on manually pre-processed bitmap fonts precious few people maintain and adapt to

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Alan Cox
Just check the console on any random selection of non-us or uk systems and you'll see the current garbage is the console output. Sure it is not a blocker because all the different encodings agree on the ASCII part, but anything outside the 127 first codepoints has a high probability of being

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Olivier Galibert
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 02:05:24PM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote: Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 13:44, Olivier Galibert a écrit : On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:40:57PM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote: As usual, people who care about something are free to maintain it in good shape, since this is how

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 14:31, Alan Cox a écrit : Just check the console on any random selection of non-us or uk systems and you'll see the current garbage is the console output. Sure it is not a blocker because all the different encodings agree on the ASCII part, but anything outside the

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Dan Nicholson
On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 10:38 PM, Alexander E. Patrakov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is traditionally the default only in Xorg. If you get a Russian version of Windows 2000 or XP, Russian will be the default, with the possibility to switch to English with Alt+Shift. Also, even in the US

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Corbin Simpson
Daniel Stone wrote: On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 10:47:06AM +0500, Alexander E. Patrakov wrote: Also, currently, for unconfigured Xorg, such newly-added keyboard gets the us layout. This is also a hard-coded policy, should we remove it? Ignoring both the rhetoric and the fact that neither of

Re: What is the purpose of HAL?

2008-12-01 Thread Thomas Ilnseher
Am Sonntag, den 30.11.2008, 23:56 +0600 schrieb Mikhail Gusarov: Twas brillig at 18:45:04 30.11.2008 UTC+01 when [EMAIL PROTECTED] did gyre and gimble: p Afaict, HAL is a daemon used to handle hotplug/coldplug of hardware p devices. How is this different from what, for instance, udev

Re: [PATCH] Use cached XKB keymap when rules haven't changed

2008-12-01 Thread Dan Nicholson
On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 9:38 PM, Daniel Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 03:24:42PM +1000, Peter Hutterer wrote: On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 06:28:58AM -0800, Dan Nicholson wrote: So, it turns out that XkbCopyKeymap doesn't quite do what you'd expect, failing to copy a

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Xavier Bestel
On Mon, 2008-12-01 at 12:59 +, Alan Cox wrote: The result is that since there is no single shared layout X and the kernel use, no layout info is exposed by the kernel infrastructure. (and from a functional point of view there is no reason a key should have a different behaviour in X

Re: XGE protocol spec

2008-12-01 Thread Pat Kane
On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 12:15 AM, Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ... ┌─── RRScreenChangeNotify type: BYTE; always GenericEvent extension: CARD8; extension offset sequenceNumber: CARD16 low 16 bits of request seq.

Re: [PATCH] Use cached XKB keymap when rules haven't changed

2008-12-01 Thread Daniel Stone
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 06:36:32AM -0800, Dan Nicholson wrote: I was reading the xkb-atkins log a couple weeks ago. It looks like a nice diet. :) FWIW, this is progressing nicely, except I've currently regressed the case where people can't compile XKB keymaps. Normally I wouldn't really care

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Daniel Stone
Hi, On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:33:02PM +, Colin Guthrie wrote: James Cloos wrote: Using --disable-config-dbus --disable-config-hal when configuring will drop the input mess and use the spec from xorg.conf. Having just experienced this exact issue, I don't think this is correct. The

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Daniel Stone
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:15:05PM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote: 1. they do not use the layout database where maintenance happens (xkb-config) 2. therefore the optimal layout is often missing console-side, and good-enough for debugging qwerty is used 3. even when there is a good layout, there

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Alan Cox
I mean this is broken every Fedora release or so just by applying system updates without any user-level intervention. I don't think that So file a Fedora bug. The font data is out there already thank you. As you keep conveniently forgetting X can already render those fonts to bitmaps

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Alan Cox
I just observe few people are working on them anymore, because most applications use something else. I see few people working on them because they are not broken and don't need work. Same with the consoles. We get almost no console patches because the kernel consoles do what people need

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Daniel Stone
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 08:47:02PM +0500, Alexander E. Patrakov wrote: 2008/12/1 Corbin Simpson [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Now, the big difference between HAL and udev is that udev sets its defaults based on LSB. I don't know whether or not LSB has anything to say about keyboard layouts, or what

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Nicolas Mailhot
Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 16:47, Alexander E. Patrakov a écrit : Apriori, there is no sensible default keyboard layout. There could be if the hardware started advertising what actually painted on its keys (and even then many people would want to override it). Since it does not, you're right. --

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Daniel Stone
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 03:50:25PM +, Alan Cox wrote: If you're saying X is now needed to render the console I think people will object. Of course not - the majority of Linux systems don't even run X. I can think of two possible responses: a) good, so it's off-topic for xorg@; b)

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Mikhail Gusarov
Twas brillig at 16:58:42 01.12.2008 UTC+01 when [EMAIL PROTECTED] did gyre and gimble: Apriori, there is no sensible default keyboard layout. NM There could be if the hardware started advertising what actually NM painted on its keys /me wonders what Happy Hacking Blank Top keyboards would

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Alan Cox
Apriori, there is no sensible default keyboard layout. Yes, there is, and it's called US. This isn't being Anglo-centric or Which US layout - there are several and then you get all the variants with extra funny buttons for internet etc ? anything, and I'm not going to argue the point.

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Xavier Bestel
On Mon, 2008-12-01 at 16:58 +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote: Le Lun 1 décembre 2008 16:47, Alexander E. Patrakov a écrit : Apriori, there is no sensible default keyboard layout. There could be if the hardware started advertising what actually painted on its keys (and even then many people

Re: [newb] Will xorg still allow non-hal config?

2008-12-01 Thread Alan Cox
b) given that we're talking about font rendering, how we talk about Linux systems that actually render fonts? The subset that do: Framebuffer drivers, nanogui, and X (particularly non embedded devices). Kernel side font handling is bitmaps or font tables with the work done by the video

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Daniel Stone
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 04:11:46PM +, Alan Cox wrote: Apriori, there is no sensible default keyboard layout. Yes, there is, and it's called US. This isn't being Anglo-centric or Which US layout - there are several and then you get all the variants with extra funny buttons for

Re: Using XTestFakeDeviceMotionEvent().

2008-12-01 Thread Chris Ball
Hi James, It warped my pointer to 600,400. My server and client libs are all from git (master branches), x86 (32bit). Thanks, that's very helpful to hear. I'm also running from GIT master (via jhbuild), but on 64-bit x86 and Fedora 10. Cheers, - Chris. -- Chris Ball [EMAIL

Re: Frame buffer Changed Event.

2008-12-01 Thread Adam Jackson
On Tue, 2008-11-25 at 10:18 +0800, Leandro Galvez wrote: Hi Adam, Does damage extension have the api to notify if the framebuffer has already been updated with the data? Need something to notify me if buffer has already been updated and ready for display so I can send the data to the

Re: DeliverPropertyEvent() accessing unallocated memory

2008-12-01 Thread Adam Jackson
On Tue, 2008-11-25 at 12:55 +0100, Matthieu Herrb wrote: Thanks for the answer. That seems to work indeed. Applied to master. Thanks for testing! - ajax signature.asc Description: This is a digitally signed message part ___ xorg mailing list

Re: X input module binary compatibility across xorg 1.3, 1.4, or 1.5?

2008-12-01 Thread Alan Coopersmith
Chueh Steel wrote: Hi, all, 1. Is it possible to compiler one X input module so that it could be binary compatible across xorg 1.3, 1.4 or 1.5? I believe Nvidia does this, but I don't know if they've published how. Due to the API/ABI changes, you would have to have header files available

i915 backlight failure on resume with 2.6.27

2008-12-01 Thread James Bottomley
You probably remember the system, it's my fujitsu P7120 lifebook with the funny backlight wiring. Previously, suspend/resume was made to work by saving the PCI state including the legacy backlight register setting (and worked just fine when invoked with a hal quirk). On FC9, with the 2.6.26

Re: Xrandr does not support screen size across two screens

2008-12-01 Thread Tobias Kaminsky
On Sunday 30 November 2008 19:50:28 Tino Keitel wrote: On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 14:53:54 +, Tobias Kaminsky wrote: I don't know any details about Xephyr, but the current stable release of the Xserver doesn't allow multihead accross multiple graphic adapters. This is a planned feature

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Colin Guthrie
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Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Colin Guthrie
Daniel Stone wrote: Hi, On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 01:33:02PM +, Colin Guthrie wrote: James Cloos wrote: Using --disable-config-dbus --disable-config-hal when configuring will drop the input mess and use the spec from xorg.conf. Having just experienced this exact issue, I don't think this

Re: Keysyms: HomePage vs WWW

2008-12-01 Thread Alan Coopersmith
Sergey Udaltsov wrote: Of course, this is only for kbd driver (which is nearly deprecated these days, isn't it?;) Except on non-Linux systems, where kbd is still used since evdev can't be. -- -Alan Coopersmith- [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sun Microsystems, Inc. - X Window

Re: Broken X11 After Mandriva Upgrade

2008-12-01 Thread Adam Jackson
On Wed, 2008-11-26 at 23:27 -0200, Paulo César Pereira de Andrade wrote: Remove the x11-driver-video-sun... packages listed above. They were being build and installed by default, but they won't work on a normal ix86 computer. Making one wonder why you build them for architectures that do not,

Re: Fwd: X.org PCI changes breaks support for Silicon Motion SM720 Lynx3DM card?

2008-12-01 Thread Adam Jackson
On Mon, 2008-12-01 at 00:39 -0800, Richard Schwarting wrote: So, I'm going to try and find out what the correct behaviour should be to fix it, but any hints would be gratefully appreciated. Other drivers handle this by unmapping memory at the end of PreInit. - ajax signature.asc

[ANNOUNCE] libXrandr 1.2.91

2008-12-01 Thread Julien Cristau
This is the first beta for libXrandr 1.3. It adds projective transforms and GetScreenResourcesCurrent, panning support is not there yet. Cheers, Julien Adam Jackson (2): Remove RCS tags. Add GetScreenResourcesCurrent Julien Cristau (3): Set attr-pendingNparams in

Re: XGE protocol spec

2008-12-01 Thread Peter Hutterer
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 08:57:16AM -0600, Pat Kane wrote: On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 12:15 AM, Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ... ┌─── RRScreenChangeNotify type: BYTE; always GenericEvent extension: CARD8; extension offset

Re: [PATCH] Use cached XKB keymap when rules haven't changed

2008-12-01 Thread Peter Hutterer
On Tue, Dec 02, 2008 at 02:31:48AM +1100, Daniel Stone wrote: On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 06:36:32AM -0800, Dan Nicholson wrote: I was reading the xkb-atkins log a couple weeks ago. It looks like a nice diet. :) FWIW, this is progressing nicely, except I've currently regressed the case where

Re: Broken X11 After Mandriva Upgrade

2008-12-01 Thread Paulo Cesar Pereira de Andrade
Adam Jackson wrote: On Wed, 2008-11-26 at 23:27 -0200, Paulo César Pereira de Andrade wrote: Remove the x11-driver-video-sun... packages listed above. They were being build and installed by default, but they won't work on a normal ix86 computer. Making one wonder why you build them for

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Colin Guthrie
Peter Hutterer wrote: Pretty much the same behaviour when you remove mouse/kbd, btw. Yeah I guess I can't argue with that logic ;) Col -- Colin Guthrie gmane(at)colin.guthr.ie http://colin.guthr.ie/ Day Job: Tribalogic Limited [http://www.tribalogic.net/] Open Source: Mandriva Linux

Re: libXrandr 1.2.91

2008-12-01 Thread Colin Guthrie
Julien Cristau wrote: This is the first beta for libXrandr 1.3. It adds projective transforms and GetScreenResourcesCurrent, panning support is not there yet. I presume this needs an updated xrandrproto? Col -- Colin Guthrie gmane(at)colin.guthr.ie http://colin.guthr.ie/ Day Job:

X Hangs at Initializing int10

2008-12-01 Thread Timothy S. Nelson
Hi all. I'm upgrading from Fedora 6 to Fedora 10. I did a clean install of Fedora 10 and then, as the default X config didn't work, I copied across my old xorg.conf file. Naturally I had to comment out a few lines in that file. Now a word on my setup. I have two screens, one hanging off an

xset dpms and power management doesn't work with vesa driver

2008-12-01 Thread Dave Wood
Vesa driver seems to ignore dpms settings and even 'xset dpms force off' won't power off display. Thinkpad T42 with an ATI Radeon M 7500 Slackware 12.0 xorg 7.1 -- Psychiatrists say that one out of four people are mentally ill. Check three friends. If they're OK, you're it.

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Michel Dänzer
On Mon, 2008-12-01 at 01:39 -0800, David Miller wrote: I'm not against any of this stuff, I'm against it being done by default which breaks things on existing systems that try to build GIT xorg and help you guys test things. In the particular case of --disable-builtin-fonts, I think 'only

Re: [rant] keeping policy in HAL

2008-12-01 Thread Peter Hutterer
On Tue, Dec 02, 2008 at 04:18:36AM -0200, Paulo César Pereira de Andrade wrote: One possible solution, that I proposed some time ago (but got no response) would be to add something like an UDI option to input devices. So, one could have something like this in his xorg.conf: Section

Re: X Hangs at Initializing int10

2008-12-01 Thread Matthieu Herrb
Timothy S. Nelson wrote: Hi all. I'm upgrading from Fedora 6 to Fedora 10. I did a clean install of Fedora 10 and then, as the default X config didn't work, I copied across my old xorg.conf file. Naturally I had to comment out a few lines in that file. Now a word on my setup. I have

[PATCH 0/4] xkb core-xkb conversion fixes

2008-12-01 Thread Peter Hutterer
Thomas, here's the set of patches that appears to fix the problem. It's a combination of some bugs and insanity in the XKB protocol. Basically, we're required to convert from XKB to core (including the weird replication in ae986d1c73d), but when converting back we're missing vital information

[PATCH 1/3] xkb: don't replicate past the number of groups we have.

2008-12-01 Thread Peter Hutterer
From: Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- xkb/xkbUtils.c |7 --- 1 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-) diff --git a/xkb/xkbUtils.c b/xkb/xkbUtils.c index 313d418..014ddef 100644 --- a/xkb/xkbUtils.c +++ b/xkb/xkbUtils.c @@ -524,7 +524,7 @@ int

[PATCH] xkb: don't replicate past the number of groups we have.

2008-12-01 Thread Peter Hutterer
From: Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- xkb/xkbUtils.c |7 --- 1 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-) diff --git a/xkb/xkbUtils.c b/xkb/xkbUtils.c index 313d418..014ddef 100644 --- a/xkb/xkbUtils.c +++ b/xkb/xkbUtils.c @@ -524,7 +524,7 @@ int

[PATCH 2/3] xkb: explicitly check for group replication in the core representation.

2008-12-01 Thread Peter Hutterer
From: Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] Single-group keys may get replicated amongst all groups. Check explicitly for this case and squash it down to one group. Signed-off-by: Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- xkb/XKBMisc.c | 82 +++- 1

[PATCH 3/3] xkb: don't treat groups with different no of symbols as identical.

2008-12-01 Thread Peter Hutterer
From: Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] Signed-off-by: Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- xkb/XKBMisc.c |2 ++ 1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-) diff --git a/xkb/XKBMisc.c b/xkb/XKBMisc.c index c0b1878..dcde470 100644 --- a/xkb/XKBMisc.c +++ b/xkb/XKBMisc.c @@ -242,6 +242,8

[PATCH] xkb: explicitly check for group replication in the core representation.

2008-12-01 Thread Peter Hutterer
From: Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] Single-group keys may get replicated amongst all groups. Check explicitly for this case and squash it down to one group. Signed-off-by: Peter Hutterer [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- xkb/XKBMisc.c | 82 +++- 1