Florian Idelberger Florian.Idelberger at gmx.de
Thu Aug 23 15:35:24 CDT 2001

I definiteley have access to /dev/mem (I'm root) and I checked it too.
And in my wine.conf DGA is Y.
Is it possible that DGA tries to open a framebuffer (from the error output)?
The thing I don't get is why even simple programs like paint don't work
BTW, is a special direct X Version needed to be installed on my windows
partition??? 6,7,8???
Thanks in regard

----- Original Message -----
From: Daniel Sabo <sorry at nospam.com>
Newsgroups: comp.emulators.ms-windows.wine
To: <wine-users at winehq.com>
Sent: Monday, August 20, 2001 1:06 PM
Subject: Re: (No)DGA

> In article <001501c12961$71bf1800$0273bac0 at florian>, "Florian Idelberger"
> <Florian.Idelberger at gmx.de> wrote:
> Well my guess is that you don't have access to /dev/mem, which DGA needs,
> is UseDGA="N" in your wine config file? Look for the option, it has a
> line above it that says why your having problems (i think).
> I really don't know what I'm talking about though, I just use wine to
> play Half-Life :-).
> > Hello there!
> > I think wine has become pretty good because I got some basic windows
> > programs (mspaint,mscalc) fully working and WinOnCD worked fine. But now
> > when I start a program (PowerDVD in this case) I get the following error
> > message:
> >
> > bash-2.04# wine "/windows/E/Programme/CyberLink/PowerDVD/powerdvd.exe" X
> > Error of failed request:  XF86DGANoDirectVideoMode
> >   Major opcode of failed request:  136 (XFree86-DGA) Minor opcode of
> >   failed request:  22 (XDGAOpenFramebuffer) Serial number of failed
> >   request:  179 Current serial number in output stream:  179
> > bash-2.04#
> >
> > Does anyone here know a way to fix this? What did I do wrong?
> > Many thanks in regard
> > Florian Idelberger
> >
> >
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