[Dev] Fwd: Re: [Assist] Xorg Problem with Radeon

Jorge Lopez jorginho at riseup.net
Thu Sep 11 21:48:56 GMT 2014

On 10/09/14 08:28, André Silva wrote:
> On 09/10/2014 02:18 AM, arnuld uttre wrote:
> >> On 9/10/14, André Silva <emulatorman at riseup.net> wrote:
> >> All the kernels from [libre] were upgraded with the new module,
> >> you can install Parabola on your machine. Meanwhile i'm building
> >> the special kernels from [kernels] with the same module.
> > What is the difference between kernel from [libre] and kernel from
> > [kernels] .
> On [kernels] we have linux-libre-rt (with realtime preemption
> support)[0], linux-libre-lts-knock (stable longtime supported kernel
> with support for stealth TCP sockets)[1], linux-libre-lts-grsec (same
> than linux-libre-grsec on [libre] but stable longtime supported kernel
> with stable version of grsecurity/PaX patches)[2], linux-libre-pae
> (same than linux-libre on i686, but with PAE support (HIGHMEM64G) as
> x86_64 version) and linux-libre-xen (same than linux-libre on i686,
> but with Xen guest support as x86_64 version). To enable [kernels] on
> your machine, please see [3]. Also, if you want get more info about
> our repos, there is another article with better explanation about it [4]
> [0]:https://rt.wiki.kernel.org/
> [1]:https://gnunet.org/knock
> [2]:https://grsecurity.net/
> [3]:https://wiki.parabolagnulinux.org/Official_Repositories#.5Bkernels.5D
> [4]:https://wiki.parabolagnulinux.org/Repositories
> > Whici on pacman pulls when you do "pacstrap /mnt base" installation
> > and "pacman -Syu" ?
> In this case, pacstrap will install the most important packages from
> [libre] and [core] on /mnt.
> "base" is a group of packages that contains the essential packages to
> works an operating system, like the GNU userland which is an important
> part of most GNU/Linux-based systems, providing the most common
> implementation of the C library, a popular shell, and many of the
> common Unix tools which carry out many basic operating system tasks.
> Also, Linux-libre kernel and tools like util-linux, ext2fs, iptables, etc.
> Otherwise, "pacman -Syu" updates all packages on the system [0]
> To know more about pacman, please see [1]
> [0]:https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pacman#Upgrading_packages
> [1]:https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pacman
I am using Radeon HD 3650 and I have a problem with KMS (when I removo
"nomodeset" on boot options) and puts black screen. The dmesg about
radeon is:

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