Mesa r300g xorg

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There is a xorg state tracker for gallium. This means that you don't need an xf86-video-* driver when you are using the xorg state tracker. This is an experimental feature so there could be problems when using this.

There is a package on aur which builds mesa with the needed state tracker for cards supported by r300g: mesa-r300g-xorg

You need to remove at least xf86-video-ati and all the mesa packages before installing the package.

Please add the following line to your xorg.conf in the "Device" Section:

 Section "Device"
   ...
   Option          "2DAccel"               "TRUE"
 EndSection