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Here is me xorg.conf file: ############################################### # Xorg configuration created by Trek1701 - TV # ############################################### Section "ServerLayout" Identifier "Default-Layout" Screen 0 "ATI-Screen" 0 0 InputDevice "Generic Keyboard" "CoreKeyboard" InputDevice "Configured By the way, the Dell 2405FPW monitor has a "bug": the component input doesn't correctly filter Macrovision (e.g. I still get the error. I only had experience the with the fglrx drivers through agony I expereinced similiar to yours. news

Is it just a matter of changing from fglrx to ati in xorg.conf? DRI will not work within X with the ati-fglrx driver. Anttu^^15th April 2006, 11:54 PMthe new drivers doesnt seem to support xorg 7 ? Everthing was the same as the previous release (except the little error message about not suporting Xorg 7.0 went away). http://quattlink35no.mysteria.cz/motherboard-drivers/ati-driver-installer-826-18-i386.html

Thanx! The ATI driver requires that there is a kernel module called fglrx built and installed (instructions further down) 2) Download the ATI driver from the ATI site. Ladies and Gents, I now have a working xorg.conf "With 3D Accel" This is working on my Acer Aspire 5672 which has an ATI x1400 512. Should I reemerge the ati-drivers also? -- [email protected] mailing list Re: can't install ati-drivers [ In reply to ] stefi at geohidroterv Jul26,2006,4:47AM Post #15 of 16 (605 views) Permalink szerda 26 július

also at ati.com i see the file to install..but im not sure how to apply it?I've downloaded it-but nothing happens when i try to open it-i get an error message.. agpgart: Aperture from AGP @ c0000000 size 4096 MB agpgart: Aperture too small (0 MB) agpgart: No usable aperture found. Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use Ubuntu Forums > The Ubuntu Forum Community > Other Discussion and Support > Tutorials > Outdated Tutorials & Tips > Script: ATI driver installer My script installs the official Ubuntu drivers, NOT the ATI drivers, however it works on 3 of my machines with ATI 9200se cards, it might be because my script doesn't try

I DO want to solve this problem and post the solution!!! My video card is the ATI 9200 (RV280 5961). What version of Ubuntu are you running, the fix that was put in and the error you had were issues with Edgy. opaline2nd June 2006, 01:18 PMgreat-thanks for all your help- i'll try that :) opaline2nd June 2006, 01:50 PMOkay this is the outcome it was doing most the updates, then at the

All rights reserved. In my case, there were no kernel messages about it here, and lsmod shows agpgart is used: fglrx 385004 43 agpgart 32076 1 fglrx To generate the configuration file, you may Symbol vgaHWGetIndex from module /usr/lib/modules/drivers/fglrx_drv.o is unresolved! THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!! 100 :KS :-) cya, AKA248 DropkneeAugust 19th, 2006, 11:46 AMPls make the script for the latest ATI driver 8.28.8 KilzAugust 19th, 2006, 09:13 PMPls make the

byroniac31st May 2006, 12:49 AMOh, I need to add this: as far as I know, DRI works on the Livna drivers, but on the "ati" and "radeon" drivers I have to https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-235145.html There are a few discussions around about agpart apertures i.e. I can't find that package in the repo but I usually do the install with yum install kmod-fglrx-$(uname -r) or in my case kmod-fglrx-smp-$(uname -r) and it will pull down the I've installed kmod-fglrx.x86_64 and xorg-x11-drv-fglrx.x86_64 (latest available), setup a basic xorg.conf for fglrx; the problem is when I restart X it'll run fine until I move the mouse or hit a

This is very unfortunate, because installing these 3rd party tarball driver installations is very harmful to your clean OS installation. navigate to this website goldstar11st August 2006, 03:16 PMI have the same problem with both ATI's proprietary driver and Livina repository driver. Deltadeltafee26th April 2006, 01:51 AMI just read PSYONIC's post and found that I had to run BOTH "ati-fglrx-config-display enable" and "ati-fglrx-config-display enabledri". Can you try something more recent, like 8.26.18-r1?

Perhaps they'll get all the kinks worked out before the 128-bit and 256-bit machines roll out. ;) docjava19th November 2006, 01:19 PMHave you been able to get this working within a Before I had only been running 'enable'. If they've moved I haven't heard anything. More about the author thanks!

mplayer -vo gl2 -ao alsa -ac hwac3 filename.avi SuSE 9.2 fglrx Driver Dual-Head Configuration In this configuration, on the right-hand-side I have an analog (Sun GDM-90W10) monitor connected via a VGA-to-DVI The machine rebooted, but when I open terminal and try to type in fglrx there is no such command. Donkyhotay26th April 2006, 12:07 AMI got my radeonX700 card to work perfectly on FC5 by simply installing the ATI drivers from the ATI website with the x690 switch (X_VERSION=x690 ./ati-driver-installer-.run) and

done! > > [ebuild R ] x11-base/xorg-x11-6.8.2-r8 USE="bitmap-fonts dlloader ipv6 > > nls opengl pam truetype-fonts type1-fonts xv -3dfx -3dnow -cjk -debug -dmx > > -doc -font-server -insecure-drivers -minimal -mmx* -nocxx

download dolphin-0.6.0-1.i386.rpm   Using Compiz-Xgl on KDE startup Install driver with acceleration 3D for your graphic card, install Compiz/Xgl, download this file and copy it on the folder $home/.kde/Autostart/   KDesktop The zooming also works for the view mode 'Details'. - Different sort orders for all views. - Small bugfixes. When I tried to install the 8.27.10 drivers after the reinstall they were also slow like this. This brings up a second menu, where I chose "BUILD".

After spending some hours of trying to fix it, without a solutiion, it seems the easiest way to kill the Xserver right after the boot. It looks like ATI disabled something and made the -fbo required a few versions back. I tried this: sudo yum install yumex Loading "installonlyn" plugin Setting up Install Process Setting up repositories core [1/3] core 100% |=========================| 1.1 kB 00:00 updates [2/3] updates 100% |=========================| 1.2 click site Essentially, the only difference between this configuration and the previous one is that the "CRT2Position" option is now set to "RightOf", and the "MonitorLayout" option is set to "TMDS, CRT", and

Go to http://rpm.livna.org for instrucions on how to enable the livna repository. fhubers31st May 2006, 02:01 AMokay - this is interesting - under the xaa module my Xorg.0.log gives the line of: (==) fglrx(0): OpenGL ClientDriverName: "fglrx_dri.so" but yours gives: (==) fglrx(0): OpenGL thanks so much. When you say OK, it installs it using the following command, so you can make a backup of this file to save having to run Module Assistant again if you're reinstalling

Before running the script. You'll > have to accept the ~arch keyword for this: > > echo "x11-drivers/ati-drivers ~x86" >>/etc/portage/package.keywords > Please find my answers in my previous answer for Andrew's mail. but I don't know why) fglrxinfo Error: couldn't find RGB GLX visual! Delyadeltafee mentioned stanley fins installation notes...

Here you have the FPS I have with this card : [email protected]:~$ glxgears -printfps 627 frames in 5.0 seconds = 125.307 FPS 626 frames in 5.0 seconds = 125.192 FPS 625 I don't want to isntall another distro :( PSY0NIC21st April 2006, 05:20 PMI have no module problem, just screen getting blank for all tasks but I haven't installed driver using ATI's I rin PCI though... Make sure you have some alternate way to boot your machine (e.g.

SonicvanaJrAugust 15th, 2006, 07:02 PMHi. Compared to all the hoops I had to jump through trying to get my card to work on FC4 this was a breeze. I can't figure out why some things (Google Earth) are running smoothly, while others (Picasa and screen savers) are either slow as molasses or don't work at all. The fglrx kernel module needs to allocate a contiguous chunk of pinned kernel memory, which it might not find available until you do a clean reboot.

Stop. Also, if you are using an external receiver connected to the digital output of your sound card, enable AC3 passthrough: the alsa driver for the Audigy2 card supports it just fine For kernel 2.15 when i add the module (both versions) with sudo modprobe fglrx i get in the dmesg fglrx: Unknown symbol print_tainted . brada5th June 2006, 03:26 AMDon't know if yall read this, did not see it passing along in the whole thread: https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-test-list/2006-February/msg01565.html :eek: Marc fhubers5th June 2006, 08:57 PMThat is a nice