The real problem seems to be with the "ati" drivers (I believe those are the FOSS ones), whereas the fglrx drivers work fine. libinput.so contains API functions for handling input devices. VDPAU (Video Decode and Presentation API for Unix) is an open source library (libvdpau) and API originally designed by Nvidia for its GeForce 8 series and later GPU hardware targeted at But there are also plenty of people using proprietary drivers from ATI, and the open source drivers from Intel. news
If you did, you really get only one more layer of the onion peeled away. Option "NoLogo" "true": This option suppresses the Nvidia logo that appears whenever the driver is initialised. It's a text file that contains all the configurations details required by the X server to deliver a graphical display and provide a connection between your keyboard, your mouse, and the Also stuff in this article is out of date by a long way. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1171445
ATI users, for example, can alter various performance and configuration characteristics for their hardware using either the aticonfig command line tool, or the Catalyst Control Centre configuration panel. See this page. The number at the end of the filename is the session number; this is nearly always zero, but it could also be 1. I installed wajig instead which seems to be doing a great job.
It's almost like the folks recently laid-off from Microsoft wrote it. The ModeLine line is optional, as X.org will calculate these automatically. This will use Intel's generic routines for AGP support. support) ---> [CONFIG_DRM] <*/M> AMD GPU [CONFIG_DRM_AMDGPU] [ /*] Enable amdgpu support for SI parts [CONFIG_DRM_AMDGPU_SI] [ /*] Enable amdgpu support for CIK parts [CONFIG_DRM_AMDGPU_CIK] The last two options enable experimental
Three-dimensional hardware acceleration is valuable in situations requiring rendering of 3D objects such as games, 3D CAD, and modeling. Adv Reply September 10th, 2009 #10 ssri View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Frothy Coffee! Run grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg if you have GRUB 2. https://www.x.org/wiki/Releases/7.4/ Help!
If you want anyway to try to enable Glamor for GPU's other than the new “Maxwell” ones, create the following file as the root user: cat >> /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/nvidia.conf << "EOF" Section Gentoo is a trademark of the Gentoo Foundation, Inc. And if you have other things to do as well, it's easier to deal with in a single file in a format that is a little easier for the non-programmer to Here is a launchpad report on it.
All comments and blogs are owned by the respective posters. Now, as the root user: make install && install -v -m644 conf/10-radeon.conf \ $XORG_PREFIX/share/X11/xorg.conf.d Command Explanations install -v -m644 conf/10-radeon.conf ...: this ensures that the radeon driver can be loaded automatically Careful!Anonymous Penguin (not verified) - May 24, 2009 @ 2:18amUnfortunately this article is going to add to the confusion surrounding X windows. At least one input and one video driver are required for Xorg Server to start.
I have Toshiba Satellite A100-788 - Core Duo T2250 1.73 GHz with an ATI X1400 but i have the "HIGH CPU" problem. http://advianetwork.com/ati-drivers/ati-drivers-12-3.html support) ---> [CONFIG_DRM] <*> ATI Radeon [CONFIG_DRM_RADEON] Kernel Configuration for additional firmware If you need to add firmware, install the file(s) and then point to them in the kernel configuration and This hal/fdi stuff seems perfectly fine for poviding the defaults that will hopefully just work, but to require the user to mess with them in order to work around a problem See the section called “Kernel Configuration for additional firmware” below for additional firmware.
Charles wrote: "Yes, thereAnonymous Penguin (not verified) - August 31, 2010 @ 11:56amCharles wrote: "Yes, there was once a time where a poorly-made monitor would literally fry itself if you fed This package is known to build using an LFS 8.0 platform but has not been tested. Option "Coolbits" "true": We have to mark this option as experimental, and it should only be enabled if you're confident in the capabilities of your system. http://advianetwork.com/ati-drivers/ati-drivers-xorg-conf.html Xorg.conf normally lives in the /etc/X11 directory.
In this regard, the latest "lipservice" (essentially just a facade) generated xorg.conf files that essentially mock the experienced XF86 programmers are frighteningly Microsoft-like in their philosophy & implementation: if you're in AHHH! X.org will recreate the xorg.conf file from the contents of the log file, and place xorg.conf.new in your home directory.
your login. - If xorg startup fails it will try to restart with safemode defaults. In which case, use this option to manually override the value. The most important parameters are the vertical and horizontal rates, as these are used to calculate exactly what resolutions your screen is capable of. My machines "only" have 24-inch, 1920x1200 screens (gee thanks, boss!); I am a "monitor bigot" and get along better with a lot more screen real-estate than that.
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-video-ati/+bug/348332/ By Jos van den Oever at Sat, 04/25/2009 - 10:05 reply My problem fixed I'm not sure if my solution will help with you Ubuntu guys, but I've got it Installation of Xorg ATI Driver Install Xorg ATI Driver by running the following commands: ./configure $XORG_CONFIG && make This package does not come with a test suite. You could use two screens for a dual-monitor setup, for instance. http://advianetwork.com/ati-drivers/ati-drivers-7-11.html Most xorg configuration is now done automatically and uses hal fdi configuration files, in linux in /etc/hal/fdi/ and /usr/share/hal/fdi/ .
It is annoying that ubuntu does not offer to use xserver 1.5 by default for ati X card users. I came from Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu 6.10, OpenSuse 11 and 10. Downgrade the package gnome-session.