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Using Kano's script or manual install the install for 8.12 went well. You have fglrx modules installed... Installing initial module Error! Preparing to replace fglrx-amdcccle 2:8.582-0ubuntu1 (using fglrx-amdcccle_8.582-0ubuntu1_i386.deb) ...

When that's done and you're back to your menu hit the esc key and then you'll see the Exit item which you can now do. Here is the xorg file. thinking MAYBE this will be the thread to give the definitive advice to get my ATi stuff working with Myth properly. Overwrite amd database to get picture back which leaves us with an underscan border. https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/intrepid/+source/xserver-xorg-video-ati

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Could not locate fglrx.ko for module fglrx in the DKMS tree. Comment Post Cancel ozra Junior Member Join Date: Jan 2009 Posts: 7 #3 01-15-2009, 08:28 PM Advice: Drivers for AMD780G with HD3200 + Intrepid + MythTV Originally posted by bridgman View It brings a lot of new enhancements ! You need to install the source code of the kernel version that you are using.

So now I use XBMC to watch the HDHomerun. I knew right away that this was caused by the dreaded ATI Radeon Mobilty IGP 320M (AKA U1). So I reinstall Ubuntu with the CD and the graphic card is OK. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Decode Theme by Macho Themes Search for: Recent Posts Hybrid Graphics in Ubuntu 14.04 GPG key transition On Heated Technical Discussions

kmacphail View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit kmacphail's homepage! Some people find that changes to xorg.conf don't get used by the driver. Unfortunately it crashes on Intrepid. You can still report bugs, make translations, and so on, but they might not be used until the package is published.

Of course, I would recommend Debian for me because I think like Debian and Debian thinks like me. NVidia - proprietary driver download for Linux at [1] "Latest cards" list at [2] "Legacy cards" list at [3] RedHat/Fedora/Debian/[K]Ubuntu installation information can be found at [4]. cheers, jdk jdkaye View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by jdkaye 03-02-2009, 01:55 PM #11 kmacphail Member Registered: Jan Reply Dedalus says: August 9, 2008 at 6:10 am Doesn't automatically detect my 9600GT but manual selection seems to work.

Sorry about the hassle but all this is soooo simple in Debian. Installing the restricted drivers "the Ubuntu way" Restricted Drivers Manager For most users it won't be necessary to go into installation and configuration details of the driver. I know about the upscaling yeah. Code: Section "Device" Identifier "Configured Video Device" EndSection Section "Monitor" Identifier "Configured Monitor" EndSection Section "Screen" Identifier "Default Screen" Monitor "Configured Monitor" Device "Configured Video Device" EndSection As you see it

Reply Maç Oyunları says: July 15, 2009 at 11:16 am Thanks for the great work you done so far for driver updating on Linux! Unpacking xorg-driver-fglrx-dev (from xorg-driver-fglrx-dev_8.582-0ubuntu1_i386.deb) ... So I reverted to the initial conf (listed above) and I had everything working BUT the res. Creating an SELinux rule exception is the correct solution, but may be difficult.

I had a copy of some generic xorg.conf in my home directory, and amdcccle complained about stuff it couldn't cope with. In particular, for RedHat/Fedora one needs to install the kernel-devel RPM package. It appears to be some sort of ubuntu thing.

In other words, update /boot/grub/menu.lst and add an i8042.reset: kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.27-11-generic root=UUID=73293ec3-5ee4-418c-914 4-1457914fb284 ro quiet splash i8042.reset Can't remove fglrx with dpkg If dpkg really-really refuses to remove an older fglrx-package,

Don't be sorry! However if this does not work then I think I will stop wasting my time fiddling around with this, I will either install Ubuntu 8.04 or consider switching distros. Did I maybe leave any remnants of the old driver on???? Join Date Nov 2006 Location nomadic BeansHidden!

what exactly does this line mean?: You must run a dkms build for kernel 2.6.24-19-generic (i686) first How do I do that? The Ubuntu choices are this: Quote: Ubuntu Packages: Ubuntu/7.10 Ubuntu/8.04 Ubuntu/8.10 Ubuntu/9.04 Ubuntu/gutsy Ubuntu/hardy Ubuntu/intrepid Ubuntu/jaunty Ubuntu/source Now run the ati-driver-installer again (as root) with the switch Quote: --buildpkg Ubuntu/[your choice Reply Kim says: August 7, 2008 at 7:31 pm I have a nvidia 9600 GT and can't install via EnvyNG. Copyright ©2004 - 2016 by Phoronix Media.

It is very important that you COMPLETELY remove the old driver which includes the config files because when upgrading without uninstalling the old driver I noticed even though the new driver Isn't my card supported with this version? But that's me not you. good luck.

Doing initial module build Error! Release Highlights: Added support for GeForce 8600 GS.
Fixed a problem with missing rendering in OpenGL Workstation Overlays.
Fixed a problem with running some SDL applications and virtual terminal Unpacking replacement fglrx-kernel-source ... The only reason I am using Intrepid is that on the NVIDIA board I had stuttering sound on SPDIF (ALC888) when using Hardy.

This takes some time. On RedHat systems that are regularly booted, the following lines in /etc/rc.local result in the necessary parts of the driver being re-installed automagically after booting: if [! -h /usr/lib/xorg/modules/extensions/libglx.so ]; then Unpacking libamdxvba1 (from libamdxvba1_8.582-0ubuntu1_i386.deb) ... Find More Posts by kmacphail View Blog 03-03-2009, 10:01 AM #15 jdkaye LQ Guru Registered: Dec 2008 Location: Westgate-on-Sea, Kent, UK Distribution: Debian Testing Amd64 Posts: 5,464 Rep: Quote:

Subscribing... I cannot seem to get a clearcut black/white view on how to proceed and with which driver. You need to start amdcccle in your /etc/X11 directory. Can you do some googling and find out?

AMD has traditionally been a bit more Linux-friendly, so after AMD bought ATI, a slight hope has arisen that in the future there might be better drivers for ATI-cards on Linux. P.S. If you stick with aptitude, things stay simple. Install .debs. 5.5 Additional 64-bit instructions 5.6 Finishing the Install: Configuration 5.7 Finally 6 Issues 6.1 Mesa drivers 6.2 Hang at logout 6.3 Suspend/Hibernation 6.4 Can't remove fglrx with dpkg 6.5