OK, yes, that worked. I had to add radeon_drm.h
to the list of files to be purged, but as you set me on the path to righteousness and enlightenment, I figured out the rest easily. Seems like a lot of extra work and hacking to get the necessary stuff. Who knows why some of these files have been moved to kernel-headers
, others left in libdrm-devel
, others just plain dropped (much like live hand grenades)? Only the guys at Red Hat/Fedora Project....
I'm not sure that I (or my machine) am up to re-building all of Mesa tonight, but hopefully it should now build with the mach64_dri.so 3D driver. That's what the mach64_drm.h header file is (apparently) needed for.
: F11 Mesa re-build from SRPM succeeded today (with previous minor edits to spec file) including the desired mach64_dri.so
3D driver, as well as (re)compile of the drm.ko
kernel modules, so the above was indeed the missing piece of the puzzle. So far all software installs/loads successfully. Testing to follow....