What follows are some details of an unusually poorly documented project; further clarifications are appreciated. I am working in Win and Linux --- I must admit this policy is pathetetic. If you don't recompile your kernel very often then the way outline above works fine. The first thing you need to do is check your kernel configuration. check my blog
Less than two years. Reboot Now would be a good time to restart your machine to make sure that everything is running correctly at the kernel and XFree86 levels. by lilsim89 / January 27, 2007 8:18 AM PST In reply to: re The very old versions are just All-in-Wonder 64 or 128, then ATI called them Radeons.As for which distros My personal approach is -- don't buy any ATI cards if they will not support Linux as smooth as they do all other Win OSes - or NVIDIA does support Linux!!! https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/lucid/gatos/
Hundreds, yes-even thousands of dollars of product all basically useless in the first place and now all down the toilet for sure as things stand! The only problem I had is that I could not auto-tune the card using MythTV. After that discovery, I decided to take the machine apart and see for myself. ALSA Sound was the biggest headache for me.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I'm with Bob by chuckieu / November 27, 2006 6:43 AM PST In reply to: Possible capture program I paid $43 US for This particular driver updates the software version to 9.012. I am currently running Mandrake 8.1, so please don't ask me for help with Debian, Slackware or any of the other distros since I have no experience with their particular package chuck Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thanks for the help.
I didn't want to leave you hanging. Radeon 64MB DDR Y Y N N Y 4.1.x/4.2.x Radeon 32MB DDR ? ? ? ? ? ? Any suggestions? http://askubuntu.com/questions/183455/which-driver-for-ati-radeon-9600-all-in-wonder Some people have to get REAL WORK done.
To identify whether your kernel with CONFIG_AGP enabled, look for CONFIG_AGP=y in the kernel config file, or if the ‘agpgart’ module is loaded System Recommendations:For optimal performance and ease of use, official site Xpert 98 ? ? ? ? ? ? Any way, I bit the bullet and purchase a Hauppauge 1600 PCI card and it work perfectly. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - re by Garibaldi3489 / January 26, 2007 6:57 AM PST In reply to: Working in Linux I got rid of my ATI box
OpenSSH 7.5 Released The new release deprecates the sshd_config UsePrivilegeSeparation option. I would have discovered that you don't need to run snddevices to configure ALSA on a system with devfs support and thus saved myself a lot of grief. This package does not require kernel patches, and includes:xatitv: GUI TV-in-a-window application GUI access to all GATOS functionality, save tv-out.atitv: Simple text-mode program Basic functionality to record video and toggle tv-out.atitoppm:atitogif:atitojpg: I'm sorry, but I'm using Linux on my Desktop.
It is well documented. That way, if you recompile your kernel you don't need to remember to copy over the driver since the rc.d script will take care of it for you. and I haven't figured out how to get it back despite installing *drak* from rpmfind.net. If you use the open source driver and post your bugs only good things will come of it, or we could come here and complain where no one is capable of
Keep buying add on video cards every year for MORE than the cost of the motherboard? I ended up setting up all the channels manually. On the All in Wonder this is done using the dongle that has a line-out jack (looks like a headphones jack).
The system crashes if a scheduled record starts while a full-screen game is playing, but other than that it just has to be fully reinstalled about once every 3 months depending ATI had many varients so I can't tell if that's the issue. User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: TV and All-in-Wonder - ATI This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff.
Then run glxgears to see DRI in action. However, the source RPM worked just fine for me: rpm --rebuild zvbi-0.2.3-1.src.rpm cd /usr/src/RPM/RPMS/i686/ rpm -Uvh zvbi-0.2.3-1.i686.rpm Tcl/Tk 8.4.x Another new requirement since my last bout of avview installation (maybe it's You may need to modify your modules.conf (or conf.modules, depending on the distro) file in the /etc directory. The config file can normally be found in /etc/X11/ and you'll need to add the following: In Section "Module" Load "glx" Load "dri" Load "dbe" (you may already have this) In
It is fortunately only a once of exercise. you will have to adjust the make and cflags options according to your own hardware (CPU)! Y ? SlyItrnd Personally I never did like ATI's Catalyst Control Center much anyway.
Unfortunately, this seems to be causing some confusion with those who may be unaware. If you use window the driver loads the firmware on the card at startup. This page has been accessed 54,590 times. Related content AMD Catalyst Driver Supports Radeon 5800 and Ubuntu 9.10 The version numbers couldn't have matched more perfectly: the AMD Catalyst Linux graphics driver 9.10 supports not only the newest
The AMD Catalyst™ Linux® graphics driver release notes provide information on the following: AMD Product Compatibility Linux Distributions Support System Requirements System Recommendations New Features Resolved Issues Known Issues AMD Product Apr 20, 2009 Marcel Hilzinger Contrary to original plans to support the older ATI cards, AMD now wants to provide a legacy driver for them, along the lines of Nvidia. This new move will basically, effectively thwart that possibility too! I tried a year ago and went back to the default Linux driver!
Revani so iam very angry for them.. I found this page that shows some info but I'm really confused where to start and if it's possible at all to make everything work. After starting up X, type xdpyinfo to check that DRI and XVideo are loaded and running correctly. Y 4.2.x Radeon 8500 ? ? ? ? ? ?
Anyone? The next-to-last step to getting sound working, and perhaps the most obvious but also easiest to forget is connecting the ATI card to the sound card (thanks to Brett/deek for this