geminiREL; and SCO OpenServer 5
verify that all modes work for an X display driver
/usr/lib/grafinfo [static_Xserver_path] xgi_path
graftest verifies that all modes work
and that the X server root weave and mouse cursor
appear on the screen corectly.
graftest prompts you to run each resolution
that is listed in the
It takes an argument that specifies the full path
vendor is the hardware vendor name
to match the contents of the VENDOR string;
model is the adapter type or model
to match the contents of the MODEL string.
By default, graftest uses the video driver
installed in the /usr/lib/X11/dyddx directory.
If you have created an XServer that is statically linked
to your video driver,
you can specify the path of that XServer
to the graftest command
and it will be used instead of the default video driver.
Use this test to step through
all supported resolutions and modes
to ensure that the root weave and mouse cursor
appear on the screen correctly.
The graftest test is included in
the xtests package that can be downloaded
the HDK homepage
or installed from the HDK CD-ROM.
NFB graphical drivers for
SVR5 and SCO OpenServer 5.
It is not supported on AIX 5L.
``Testing and debugging SVR5 NFB drivers'' in Developing NFB graphics adapter drivers
``NFB driver coding guidelines'' in Developing NFB graphics adapter drivers
19 June 2005
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OpenServer 6 and UnixWare (SVR5) HDK - June 2005