"No drm device found" when launch Weston from a NFS-root-filesystem-based PXE-booted minimal Fedora

asked 2018-12-19 06:52:00 -0500

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Hello. I have a minimal Fedora system which boots from PXE using as a root filesystem a NFS shared folder. It works very well in multi-user.target .

But I wanted to run some graphical applications, so, to do a fast and dirty test, I've tried simply installing "weston" package and execute weston-launch. However, I get this error: "No drm device found" ("weston" uses by default drm backend, which it's what I want). If you're asking, I've added the "drm" module to Dracut's generated initrd file

Do you have any clue to investigate further?

On the other hand, I don't want to mess with Xorg (which doesn't work, neither), but if you know a valid answer, I'd try it.

Thanks a lot!

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