Just did a pacman -Syu and it gave me a driver I havn't seen before called intel-dri.
Just wondering where this came from and why it wasnt available before. What hole is it filling and was that hole there before?
Last edited by fawkes5 (2013-02-26 05:15:26)
That is part of the hardware acceleration for your Intel graphics. DRI=Direct Rendering Infrastructure.
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I see that. I'm wondering why I'm only getting it now. I didn't install it intentially; it was included in my most recent upgrade. Why wasn't it included in previous upgrades?
Last edited by fawkes5 (2013-02-26 05:24:14)
I believe that's part of the reshuffling of the mesa split PKGBUILD.
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