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I've run in to this lots of times with linux, such as when I tried getting Samba working last year and I got all kinds of people telling me the same It told me "nothing to do", so I assume kernel-devel is already installed. fgl_glxgears works too! I have HP zv6000 with ATI Radeon Xpress 200M IGP, 128MB dedicated memory (not shared, and I don't know if this is important or not). news

This patch is already included in my packages, you don't need to apply it yourself. I am using the lastest ati linux drivers 8.16.20 ATI Radeon 8500 Series or higher which supports Xpress 200M IGP (http://www2.ati.com/drivers/linux/ati-driver-installer-8.16.20-i386.run)(right click on link and SAVE AS for download to start). Please send me a note if your configuration differs significantly from those already listed. 7.1. S. More Bonuses

Build-Depends on libstdc++5 because the prebuilt binaries require it. Now that official Debian packages are available, these packages have become largely obsolete and the mailing list is no longer useful. Bugs and Workarounds Full-screen mode Full-screen mode is somewhat broken: sometimes you'll end up with a garbled display, and your only chance of getting your desktop back is blindly closing the Someone also suggested that I try with Option "MonitorLayout" "TMDS, AUTO" in the XFree86 config file, but this doesn't make any difference.

Configure X 6. I think there are some patches available, but I didn't test any of them." Overriding ChipID If your card is not supported, you can force the driver to recognize it as Load "dbe" # Double buffer extension # This loads the miscellaneous extensions module, and disables # initialisation of the XFree86-DGA extension within that module. Reboot your machine.

MetalMan, I did try re-running fglrxconfig, but no luck, just says my kernel doesn't support it (locked pages/AGPGART etc) The reason I just obtained an official kernel was so I can I wish I had the same simple experience as the fellow running 32 bit. Flavio Stanchina — Sun, 12 Jun 2005 18:48:53 +0200 fglrx-installer (8.12.10-2.1) experimental; urgency=low debian/control: also Build-Depend on libxtst-dev... http://www.stanchina.net/~flavio/debian/fglrx-installer.html https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/674/9206/0/www2.ati.com/drivers/linux/linux_8.14.13-inst.htmlWhen I type ./ati-driver-installer-8.19.10-x86-64.run in the terminal I get "permission denied" When I use sudo with the command I get "command not found" I get the same results when trying to

I almost had one with Nvidia, which had 3D acceleration right from the start, but I exchanged it with one with ATI for $100 less. Example (assuming that you build for the running kernel): module-assistant a-i fglrx module-assistant will unpack the sources for you, if necessary. apt-get install debhelper kernel-package libqt3-mt-dev xlibs-dev libxtst-dev fakeroot rpm wget You should also install libncurses5-dev if you want to be able to use make menuconfig in the kernel source tree. If it saves the file to your desktop instead go to your desktop and drag the file into your "Home" folder. (Left mouse click on the file and drag it on

This may leave the console in an unusable state, but may # provide a better stack trace in the core dump to aid in debugging # Option "NoTrapSignals" # Uncomment this http://forums.fedoraforum.org/archive/index.php/t-76160.html And one more thing: Where is the documentation for what everything in the xorg.conf file means? If that happens to you, you can tweak discover's configuration or you can simply move the agpgart.* files away from /lib/modules. I'm using a IBM T41p with a ATI Technologies Inc M10 NT [FireGL Mobility T2] (rev 80).

brynx14th October 2005, 04:15 AMGuys, Does this work on FC4 64-bit? http://advianetwork.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-installer-8-23-7.html Updated desktop file. [thanks to Daniel Leidert] Remove call to QApplication::setStyle() from panel/main.cpp, because: – it was overriding the user's preferred window style; – it caused compilation errors in some cases. Do you have a shared memory in your x200? Thanks, Bradley -- ubuntu-users mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-users « Return to ubuntu-users | 1 view|%1 views Loading...

You should get high FPS frame rates. It is necessary todownload new drivers from [WWW] http://dri.freedesktop.org/snapshots/and copy *_dri.so files to /usr/lib/dri/. During installation, when ANACONDA (Fedora Installer) begins to run, I get these messages: Probing for video card: ATI Technologies Inc RC410 [Radeon Xpress 200M] Probing for monitor type: Unknown monitor When http://advianetwork.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-installer-8-24.html The version previous to 8.19.10 finally compiled cleanly without alteration.

i got one with shared memory, could it be the problem? B. However, you still have to check that the kernel you're using has all the correct configuration options.

Choose to select the location of the new driver manually and browse to the folder where you downloaded the driver RADEON XPRESS 200 Series Display Driver RADEON XPRESS 200 Series Graphics

fglrxinfo still gives Mesa 3d. When I log out, I get a blank screen. I tried settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf, referring to various sources. Ok but TV-Out doesn`t work here...

But getting this all to work has sacrificed alot - time, yes, but I have now lost connectivity. Configure X The driver package provides an automatic configuration tool called fglrxconfig. Would love to get it working, but the ATI installer obviously failed in some way. http://advianetwork.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-installer-8-23-7-x86-64-run.html The thread and installation procedure worked fine for me and others before even them having a laptop.

I'm not exactly a newbie either, having run Linux is some flavor since RH 5.1. It appears that the ATI driver does not support the DVI port on my Radeon 8500 LE: the monitor goes into standby mode as soon as X starts up. One more thing I tried. If anyone can tell me how to get 1280 X 800 working on this machine, I would be most grateful.

andlinux View Public Profile Visit andlinux's homepage! I still can't understand why it was so, but now support for the Radeons is officially back and everyone should be happy. Thanks smfinley, I shall try that when I get home from college. Good luck. -- Regards, ------------------------------------ Sarangan Thuraisingham ECS, University of Southampton, UK Tux is the Best Next is the Rest ----------------------------------- -- ubuntu-users mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-users