Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Working in Linux by ipide / January 25, 2007 1:31 PM PST In reply to: Working in Linux Thanks so much. Chris I agree with other people here. If, however, you encounter difficulties with your installation then please review the sections for both Kernel Configuration and XF86 Installation and Configureion. And this is a good thing? Source
well i guarenteed this i will never buy a amd stuff any more.. Besides, the newest version also supports DRI (direct rendering infrastructure) with many of the cards. Although my Linux box has 640Mb of RAM and a large hard drive, the processor is creaking along since it's a PIII 400. Contents 1 Notable ICs 2 Devices 2.1 Analog devices 2.1.1 ATI graphic cards with TV tuners or capture facilities 2.2 Digital devices 3 External links 3.1 Forum threads Notable ICs Digital https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/lucid/gatos/
Video Capture You know you want it.;) If you've restarted your computer since running make test during the km setup portion, you'll need to go back and do it again or Note that if you have Video For Linux set up as a module, then you will need to first insert the v4l module using the following command: /sbin/modprobe videodev Installation goes But just today I thought that I might have forgot to hook up the aux sound....I'll have to check....Works great otherwise...Even has support for lirc (infared....Now there is a pain in If anyone needs help with the Windows \ New ATI AIW Drivers, I know exactly how to get it running, just post here email me.Thanks,Simon Flag Permalink This was helpful (0)
However, I found that I had far fewer issues with compiling and installing from source than I did when I tried to stay binary. Because of it's age, and ATI not supporting it anymore, I had a heck of a time getting it to run under W2K, Linux was a bit easier. My AIW works great on XP, including recording TV with the ATI software, but it does have it's drawbacks. However, the source RPM worked just fine for me: rpm --rebuild zvbi-0.2.3-1.src.rpm cd /usr/src/RPM/RPMS/i686/ rpm -Uvh zvbi-0.2.3-1.i686.rpm Tcl/Tk 8.4.x Another new requirement since my last bout of avview installation (maybe it's
I thought I did once, but then I got a bunch of errors on reboot (no desktop)and eventually reinstalled Kubuntu to fix that issue. The new legacy driver supports the following graphics cards (including Mobile and All-in-Wonder variants): ATI Radeon 9500 Series ATI Radeon 9550 Series ATI Radeon 9600 Series ATI Radeon 9700 Series ATI vBulletin ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. http://askubuntu.com/questions/183455/which-driver-for-ati-radeon-9600-all-in-wonder There's a tiny amount of distortion at the top and bottom edges of the window, but playback is really quite good considering that the signal is going from analog (PS2 out)
Not even Geexbox. Required applications/libraries You will need the following, but some of them may already be installed on your system: XFree86 4.2.0 Mirrors, or FTP DRM kernel (latest version from CVS) ATI.2 drivers After recompiling X three times (at three hours a pop) I learned the wisdom of keeping a backup around. XFree86 4.2.0 Now that your kernel is correctly configured, your next step is to follow the instructions for compiling and installing XF86 from source.
Microsoft Takes Skype for Linux Out of Alpha Community The Skype Linux client now has almost the same capabilities that it enjoys on other platforms. http://support.amd.com/en-us/download Ubuntu and Canonical are registered trademarks of Canonical Ltd. DRM installation alternatives There are, in fact, three ways to complete the drm-kernel installation. ATI , Battery, and AC Adapter Scams Eric Well for years y'all have put up with the little insults, like AC adapters with unique ends, for a particular electronic, so you
Rage XL/XC ? ? ? ? ? ? ATI & AMD oldrocker99 I was a dedicated AMD and ATI user until I acquired a Toshiba laptop with a Radeon X1200 chip, which ATI promptly declared to be "legacy." I Please note that I have received a bug report from "Joe Smack" that compiling ffmpeg with the option --enable-mp3lame will cause AVView to fail to compile. I am still keeping my eyes and ears open because I would still like to use the card if I can get it working.
Related content AMD Catalyst Driver Supports Radeon 5800 and Ubuntu 9.10 The version numbers couldn't have matched more perfectly: the AMD Catalyst Linux graphics driver 9.10 supports not only the newest I don't want 2D support. Any ideas? I didn't want to leave you hanging.
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more » AMD Releases Developer Documention for R600 and R700 Cards Recall that AMD published the basic system information for the chip sets R600 and R700 last year. It is very straight forward to get it up and running. Their "legacy" driver has NEVER worked. Y 4.1.x/4.2.x ATI TV Wonder ? ? ? ? ? ?
Hence a GOOD REASON to upgrade your older ATI graphics cards! I am very new to Linux (not sure where wine is). Thus the upcoming releases from Ubuntu, Fedora and Mandriva are expected to support the new AMD driver only, at least for the time being. Card Matrix and Compatibility This is a new section and 'thoroughly' incomplete, so please help me update it with the correct information by sending me an email at gatos-at-reades.com.
Very bad news for many of us, but also a good reason to do an upgrade. Note also that installing X from source has completely mangled my Mandrake installation -- the nice front end for rpmdrake and for configuring mount points is gone...