On Ter, 2017-01-10 at 15:22 +0100, Hans de Goede wrote:
> A while back Debian has switched to using the modesetting Xorg driver
> rather then the intel Xorg driver for Intel GPUs.
> There are several good reasons for this, rather then repeating them
> I'm just going to point to the Debian announcement:
> This mail is to let all Fedora users know that starting with
> Fedora-26 / rawhide as of today, we are making the same change.
> Note that the xorg-x11-drv-intel package has already been carrying
> a Fedora patch to not bind to the GPU on Skylake or newer, even
> before Debian announced this, this just makes the same change for
> older Intel GPUs.
> For people who are using the now default GNOME3 on Wayland session,
> nothing changes, since Xwayland always uses glamor for X
> acceleration, just like the modesetting driver.
> If you encounter any issues causes by this change, please file
> a bug in bugzilla.
The default of modesetting is enable glamor and glamor doesn't run on
What makes you say that glamor does not run on 32 bit archs ?