ubuntu/+source/nvidia-prime:applied/ubuntu/trusty

Last commit made on 2014-04-01
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Name:
applied/ubuntu/trusty
Repository:
lp:ubuntu/+source/nvidia-prime

Recent commits

379f00e... by Alberto Milone on 2014-03-31

Import patches-applied version 0.6.2 to applied/ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: f23b341b6339483e021f11d8f68a051decd72f66
Unapplied parent: e5d27735dd72784e49da2d5aa7ce1e709363a331

New changelog entries:
  * prime-supported:
    - Check /var/lib/ubuntu-drivers-common/requires_offloading to
      know if we need to offload rendering. There's no need to do
      hardware detection again when the gpu-manager already does
      all the work.

e5d2773... by Alberto Milone on 2014-03-31

Import patches-unapplied version 0.6.2 to ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: 6fb38ee5b2c8c315df59905225d64674a819cb84

New changelog entries:
  * prime-supported:
    - Check /var/lib/ubuntu-drivers-common/requires_offloading to
      know if we need to offload rendering. There's no need to do
      hardware detection again when the gpu-manager already does
      all the work.

f23b341... by Alberto Milone on 2014-03-13

Import patches-applied version 0.6.1 to applied/ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: e471f58de351382ae136d07b8221f42f57d54862
Unapplied parent: 6fb38ee5b2c8c315df59905225d64674a819cb84

New changelog entries:
  * debian/preinst.in, debian/rules:
    - Move the lightdm configuration file from /etc to /usr/share.

6fb38ee... by Alberto Milone on 2014-03-13

Import patches-unapplied version 0.6.1 to ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: 671400eb997cccd2c0fb86874815aff9ebb421f4

New changelog entries:
  * debian/preinst.in, debian/rules:
    - Move the lightdm configuration file from /etc to /usr/share.

e471f58... by Alberto Milone on 2014-03-06

Import patches-applied version 0.6 to applied/ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: dd478b9fe8e00db9e9cb2ca88a56150ec17c2917
Unapplied parent: 671400eb997cccd2c0fb86874815aff9ebb421f4

New changelog entries:
  * debian/control:
    - Breaks: ubuntu-drivers-common (<< 1:0.2.89).
  * Add support for the new ubuntu-drivers-common. The gpu-manager
    will take care of most of the work. We only need to tell
    lightdm that we want to offload rendering, and to run the
    gpu-manager on log out.

671400e... by Alberto Milone on 2014-03-06

Import patches-unapplied version 0.6 to ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: b2d0d4ea1a7a268f8baf84fc9b107a1844af0385

New changelog entries:
  * debian/control:
    - Breaks: ubuntu-drivers-common (<< 1:0.2.89).
  * Add support for the new ubuntu-drivers-common. The gpu-manager
    will take care of most of the work. We only need to tell
    lightdm that we want to offload rendering, and to run the
    gpu-manager on log out.

dd478b9... by Alberto Milone on 2014-02-21

Import patches-applied version 0.5.7 to applied/ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: 78204882b6618c75d24980e646c1ede966dab8a0
Unapplied parent: b2d0d4ea1a7a268f8baf84fc9b107a1844af0385

New changelog entries:
  * debian/preinst.in:
    - Do not remove the lightdm configuration file.

b2d0d4e... by Alberto Milone on 2014-02-21

Import patches-unapplied version 0.5.7 to ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: dc37f94e4ecf5795b0204a68b931e01a7a0ec704

New changelog entries:
  * debian/preinst.in:
    - Do not remove the lightdm configuration file.

7820488... by Alberto Milone on 2014-02-21

Import patches-applied version 0.5.6 to applied/ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: df7a0502db658973cb20c87a67c13ea7edfcaab6
Unapplied parent: dc37f94e4ecf5795b0204a68b931e01a7a0ec704

New changelog entries:
  [ Daniel Dadap ]
  * prime-xconfig:
    - Format the BusID string correctly (LP: #1282796).
      The BusID string created by prime-xconfig had several problems:
      1) It was missing the bus type "PCI", as recommended by
         xorg.conf(5).
      2) Values were written in hexadecimal, as reported by lspci,
         instead of decimal, as expected by the server. (See the
         comment at the top of xf86ParsePciBusString().)
      3) The PCI domain was not specified.
      Giving the BusID string in the wrong format could cause the X
      server to fail to parse the BusID, or to parse numbers in the
      wrong base. On systems with more than one PCI domain, `lspci -n`
      output would include the domain number, which is omitted by
      default on systems with only one PCI domain. nv_get_id()
      expects the bus number to be the first field, which would not be
      correct when `lspci -n` reports the domain, as it does on
      systems with multiple domains.
      Fix these issues by always reporting the domain with `lspci -Dn`
      and using it in the BusID string, prepending "PCI:" to the
      BusID string, and printing all numeric values in decimal.

dc37f94... by Alberto Milone on 2014-02-21

Import patches-unapplied version 0.5.6 to ubuntu/trusty-proposed

Imported using git-ubuntu import.

Changelog parent: 3e2440695f6e933c3e3e3ace97d6926d45174cd6

New changelog entries:
  [ Daniel Dadap ]
  * prime-xconfig:
    - Format the BusID string correctly (LP: #1282796).
      The BusID string created by prime-xconfig had several problems:
      1) It was missing the bus type "PCI", as recommended by
         xorg.conf(5).
      2) Values were written in hexadecimal, as reported by lspci,
         instead of decimal, as expected by the server. (See the
         comment at the top of xf86ParsePciBusString().)
      3) The PCI domain was not specified.
      Giving the BusID string in the wrong format could cause the X
      server to fail to parse the BusID, or to parse numbers in the
      wrong base. On systems with more than one PCI domain, `lspci -n`
      output would include the domain number, which is omitted by
      default on systems with only one PCI domain. nv_get_id()
      expects the bus number to be the first field, which would not be
      correct when `lspci -n` reports the domain, as it does on
      systems with multiple domains.
      Fix these issues by always reporting the domain with `lspci -Dn`
      and using it in the BusID string, prepending "PCI:" to the
      BusID string, and printing all numeric values in decimal.