I successfully followed axs's directions in the fourth post here to get the cedarview graphics drivers working with kernel 3.2.13-1 and xorg-server 1.11-3. The cedarview graphics module is loaded and twm as well as the terminal now displays in native resolution. However, when I try to install gnome, it wants to install libgl, and mesa-libgl reports a conflict with cedarview-userspace. So I can't seem to install Gnome without uninstalling cedarview-userspace. What can I do to use the cedarview driver that I have installed with gnome?
Last edited by metafractal (2013-04-09 23:32:49)