Ensure I rebooted, which does thow you into nasty low res vesa mode. Mario Limonciello (superm1) wrote on 2008-08-08: #24 This should be more doable now due to the split of jockey into a frontend/backend (the backend can completely invoke and control restarting gdm/xsession). So after this I had both screens working but in clone mode only. the broken one that has the jumper set to PAL, so TV output ALWAYS needs to be configured... http://advianetwork.com/ati-drivers/ati-drivers-7-1.html
Let me share some of the knowledge that I have gained, and hopefully bring this page higher up in the Google ranks :) First off, you are looking for gksudo amdcccle. Thanks so much for your help with this. Some people find that changes to xorg.conf don't get used by the driver. Join Date Apr 2008 Beans 4,377 DistroUbuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Re: ATI Drivers in Hardy Heron The Radeon x1300 is supported by the ati restricted driver so you would be better
If it does not error you should be fine. It has a ATI card which can work with fglrx ATI drivers. Join Date Jan 2005 Location United States Beans 369 DistroUbuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Re: Downgrade Hardy xorg ATI drivers?
I'm currently developing OpenGL game, in Ortho mode (so basically it's fancy 2D) and the game crawls at points where it should. After this, you may need to edit Xorg.conf: Terminal Command $ sudo gedit /etc/X11/xorg.conf In the device section, if it is not already there add: File: /etc/X11/xorg.conf Driver "fglrx" Then to TrackBack URL for this entry: http://caulfield.info/mt/tb.cgi/15 10 Comments By LadFromWales85 on April 28, 2008 9:18 AM Amazing, cheers mate! It's a radeon 9200se with a dvi output for an lcd flat panel, which is what she wanted to have.
And everthing was back to normal! Contents 1 Method 1: Install the driver the Ubuntu Way 1.1 Post-Installation Tweaks 2 Method 2: Manual Install Method 2.1 1. This module/version combo is already installed Simply uninstall the previous version before installing the new one with sudo dkms remove -m fglrx -v 8.522 --all Retrieved from "http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php?title=Ubuntu_Hardy_Installation_Guide&oldid=9696" Category: Installation Documentation When I use just a single head setup (with no resolutions modes defined in the display subsection of screen) I can only get a max.
I've been battling with this issue for two days STRAIGHT to no avail. http://caulfield.info/emmet/2008/04/fix-ati-catalyst-84-driver-pac.html FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum Council FC Agenda Forum Governance Forum Staff Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct Forum reply ATI Big Desktop (xorg.conf file) Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sat, 07/26/2008 - 20:42 Permalink Hey, this is def. Once that is done, install the 8.5 drivers and everything should work out OK.
Additional 64-bit instructions If you have a 64 bit install, the above dpkg command may complain that "Errors were encountered while processing: fglrx-amdcccle". See original description Tags: iso-testing Edit Tag help Pat Leamon (pleamonhp) wrote on 2008-03-01: #1 Oh, forgot to add some hardware details: AMD64 X2 3800 Nvidia 7600GS Viewsonic VA902 19" LCD This usually means that it would revert to vesa and not your changes. More about the author It simply means that the fglrx module contained in the linux-restricted-modules package is not enabled, but another fglrx module (15.12) is in use.
However, jockey does not detect any drivers for my card. I have spent two days on this. They're out to get me.
Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content. I knew it all along. To get things to work you need to know the following:The difference between Big Desktop and Dual MonitorThe ATI card supports two types of dual monitor "modes" for want of a Since I can reproduce it here with a ATI mobility radeon x300 card, I set the status to confirmed.
BTW This did fix the disappearing background and UI on TA Spring, GAME ON!! Tags: Desktop, Linux, Ubuntu . « My fav unix command Picture of Linux Desktop » Categories Android Car Cool things from the past Excel IronPython Linux Live events Mapping/GIS Meaningful Labor Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 11/11/2008 - 23:07 Permalink This page was a fantastic help, and likely saved me a lot of time, but I was still tearing my click site There guides also help you solve a problem where if you tried to logout, restart or shutdown from X, X with hang with basically 100% kernel-time cpu usage.
I've seen this problem avoided in many posts here so far. For example:cd Desktop or just use wget: Terminal Command $ wget http://www2.ati.com/drivers/linux/radeon-crimson-15.12-15.302-151217a-297685e.zip 3. Thanks for your contribution so far! Join Date Jan 2005 Location United States Beans 369 DistroUbuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Re: Downgrade Hardy xorg ATI drivers?
of 1024x768. The only drivers that work are the basic fglrx ones, and yeah I get 1400 fps in glxgears-is-not-a-benchmark, but still, I want better drivers running, and yes, I've tried the envy Either way, it works. xine won't work (even at the start the xine logo moves and the whole xine video frame is green.
Get Our Newsletter Subscribe for tips, news & events We Support Firewall Solutions Virtual Private Network Solutions (VPN) Samba Postfix Web Proxy Linux Support & Consulting We Train Linux Training Courses The easiest way to do this is to use the "aticonfig" command line tool.