to., 20.10.2011 kl. 08.26 +0200, skrev Vincent Untz:
People here might be able to test this too :-) It's also important to double-check that your hardware that isn't blacklisted is still detected as working for gnome-shell, btw.
I changed my mind yesterday, and I'll likely add support for something like gnome.fallback=0/1.
Cool. I believe this will be useful.
I'd appreciate testing of the gnome-session-core package from home:vuntz:branches:GNOME:Factory: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/vuntz:/branches:/GNOME:/Fact...
This contains support for the gnome.fallback=0/1 argument on the boot line, as well as blacklisting some hardware with regexps in this file: /usr/share/gnome-session/hardware-compatibility
Currently, the Intel 830-865 hardware is blacklisted; it would need to be tested, though, as I don't have the hardware.
If there's any hardware people think should really be blacklisted, then I need the output of "glxinfo | grep renderer". snip
I just tested this in a virtualbox install. Seems to do whats advertised, but I HAD to boot with gnome.fallback=0 in order to get a "working" gnome-shell. Was that intended? Should'nt it actually boot with a pref for trying gnome-shell? This virtualbox has been running fine with gfx gnome-shell since atleast milestone 4. //Bjørn -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org To contact the owner, e-mail: email@example.com