[MPlayer-users] ANNOUNCE: new ./configure script
dp-privat at gmx.net
Mon Nov 19 15:11:00 CET 2001
On Mon, Nov 19, 2001 at 01:51:52PM +0100, pl wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 19, 2001 at 02:15:26PM +0200, Arpi wrote:
> > > > > Use that as a workaround. Yet, if anybody knows of a reliable way to
> > > > > autodetect it: share'n'enjoy :)
> > > >
> > > > /sbin/lspci?
> > > Ok, it didn't come to my mind but yes, it's a solution :)
At least in debian lspci is in the pciutils package (priority: optional),
which isn't installed on every box (and just installing only for mplayer's
configure?... um... :/ )
IMHO you should use something common in all kernels, which doesn't
require to install additional software, and /proc would eventually be
the best choice. What about /proc/bus/pci/devices which gives you the
vendor id ?
> > > How do I know if fb support is enabled in kernel (I could lsmod but if
> > > statically linked...) ?
> > i think it can be enabled by default, if headers (fbdev.h ???) available.
> fb headers are always available in linux/fb.h provided your C install is
With kernel 2.4:
root at localhost:~ #cat /proc/fb
0 ATY Mach64
root at localhost:~ #cat /proc/devices |grep fb
root at localhost:~ #cat /proc/ksyms |grep fbcon
(Don't know about 2.2)
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