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Kernel 2.6.20 requires some patching (see fglrx patches section). 8.34.8: Radeon Xpress 1250 support, X-Video on x86_64 fix, hibernation mode fix. The system tries to start X but it can't, and get a "no screens found" error. Now I have upgraded to Ubuntu Dapper and I have lost the 3D acceleration. It might be easier to --reinstall your kernel binary package once your linux-source is unpacked... https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-users/2006-February/068204.html

linux-headers-2.6.15-27-386 is already the newest version. 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. Please don't use the radeon driver as that does not have 3D support.Hope the above helps and please let me know how it goes.Cheers!stevenEdit: Added second guide. The current 8.14.13 has shown 400% improvement over using the open source radeon driver: 1200 FPS for glxgears1! Arch Linux # pacman -S catalyst (kernel module for the stock kernel) # pacman -S catalyst-utils (xorg7 stuff and tools) Ubuntu Dapper Drake Howto Breezy Badger Howto Edgy Eft Howto Feisty

To do so download this file: libGL.so.1.2 and then copy it to the /usr/lib/ directory. Since Ubuntu is among the distributions of Linux that has no compunctions about putting binary drivers in its repositories, installing the binary drivers is normally relatively easy, especially as there are Power saving Power saving is much better than with the radeon driver, but doesn't work in dual-screen configuration (see How to make use of Graphics Chips Power Management features). ATI Mobility FireGL 9000 T40p ATI Mobility FireGL T2 R50p T41p, T42p ATI Mobility FireGL V3200 T43p ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 R50, R51 T40, T41, T42 ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 T42

Sep-27-2006: HP Pavilion dv8000 (Radeon Xpress 200M). Learn how to:Install and test-drive Ubuntu Linux.Keep your system running smoothlyTurn Ubuntu into a multimedia powerhouse: rip and burn discs, watch videos, listen to music, and moreTake Ubuntu on the road Packages The ATI drivers have explicit permission for repackaging and redistribution of the Linux drivers. FGLRX version is 8.24.8 on an i386 Ubuntu Dapper install.

ThinkPads that may be supported Supported chips, as found in select IBM ThinkPads: NOTE! Look no further, this is all you need done: get the ATI installer from ATI.com chmod +x ati-driver-installer-*.run ./ati-driver-installer-8.23.7-i386.run --get-supported ./ati-driver-installer-8.23.7-i386.run --buildpkg Ubuntu/dapper sudo dpkg -i fglrx-control_8.23.7-1_i386.deb fglrx-kernel-source_8.23.7-1_i386.deb fglrx-sources_8.23.7-1_i386.deb xorg-driver-fglrx_8.23.7-1_i386.deb xorg-driver-fglrx-dev_8.23.7-1_i386.deb EdThaSlayerJanuary 6th, 2007, 10:40 AMRegnum Online works perfectly on my laptops ATI Radeon Mobility 9600(128 mb of vram). When I try to insert the fglrx module, I get: root at Will:/home/guille # modprobe fglrx FATAL: Error inserting fglrx (/lib/modules/2.6.15-15-686/misc/fglrx.ko): No such device I attach my /etc/X11/xorg.conf file and the

fglrx version 8.29.6 discontinued support for Radeon 9200 and earlier.

I get the 4 of them if I use the ATI 8.28.8. Also your comments. Unless otherwise noted, all content is licensed under a Creative Commons license.

aug-7-2006, mde wrote: I have an HP dv8120ca / dv8000 laptop with a Radeon Xpress 200M. Rating is available when the video has been rented. Working... So don't upgrade to Xorg 1.4 if you have one! 8.42.3: Composite support added enabling AIGLX and Beryl/Compiz on the desktop.

ModeLine "1280x800" 68.625 1280 1336 1368 1440 800 802 808 823 -hsync -vsync If you have the compaq nx7010 with 1280x800 screen then the following modeline should work: Modeline "1280x800" 70.875 I will try and see. I used the old proprietary drivers, the very easy to install drivers(the ones in the repositories). When in doubt, ask in #xgl-ubuntu irc.freenode.net Comments New Comment * optional Name EmailNot publicly displayed Home pagehttp://example.com | Chess | Tools | Data | Blog | Poetry | Why? |

The problem is I can't start a X session with "fglrx" driver in /etc/X11/xorg.conf, but it works prefect with "ati" and "radeon" drivers. HP Notebook dv5029us / dv5040us / zv6000 / dv8000 / nw8440 If you have an HP Notebook Computer (or Compaq) such as the HP dv5029us, dv5040us or zv6000 series, it is Note: This line will also work on the Compaq X1000 series Revert to Xorg driver If (for any reason) the fglrx install fails, you can revert to the Xorg driver by

Since ATI is committed to giving its customers "proprietary, patented optimizations," if I do not want to use fglrx, ATI's binary, non-open sourced driver, I must go with radeon, a slow-performing

You may need the following in order to make module-assistant happy: mkdir /tmp/scratch pushd /tmp/scratch tar xjf /usr/src/fglrx.tar.bz2 chmod +x modules/fglrx/make.sh sudo tar cjf /usr/src/fglrx.tar.bz2 modules popd If installing over a While I am using the 2.6.17-6.18 kernel with version 8.28.8 of the ATI drivers, your version number may be different.
sudo dpkg -i ~/xorg-driver-fglrx_8.28.8-1_i386.deb fglrx-kernel-2.6.17-6-686_8.28.8-1+2.6.17-6.18_i386.deb
Finishing The driver also Do make prepare again if needed. This feature is not available right now.

Download it to a folder, make it executable, and run it in order to build packages.
chmod +x ati-driver-installer-.run
./ati-driver-installer-.run --buildpkg Ubuntu/edgy
Depending how recently updated your Edgy installation is, you You may be able to preserve VideoOverlay acceleration if you explicitly remove the OpenGLOverlay using: Option "VideoOverlay" "True" and Option "OpenGLOverlay" "False". If you don't want to reboot for some reason, you may manually shut down Xorg, unload any old "drm", "radeon" or "fglrx" modules and then start Xorg again. The computer started up fine, but was extremely unstable and crashed in about 5 minutes of work.

Thank you very much, Guille -------------- next part -------------- # /etc/X11/xorg.conf (xorg X Window System server configuration file) # # This file was generated by dexconf, the Debian X Configuration tool, Suspending with fglrx On a ThinkPad T42 with Kernel 2.6.19 with Software Suspend 2 and R60 with Kernel 2.6.18-suspend2-r1 (Gentoo) , the following addition to /etc/hibernate/suspend2.conf is required: # For fglrx Reboot if your kernel already have the right driver, if not, you will need to make the driver the usual way: cd /usr/src/ tar xjf fglrx.tar.bz2 cd modules/fglrx KVERS=`uname -r` KSRC=/lib/modules/`uname LastAxis 33,627 views 15:34 Frets On Fire - Duration: 3:42.

It seems for some reason using sideport memory (the card's onboard memory only) leads to an apparent system crash although the logs show successful initialization of DRI. Cue fanfare!I have painfully reconstructed the steps that I took to get it working (part of the problem was that I thought I had it working and started plowing ahead on That systema was Breezy. It might be necessary to create a symlink to get accelerated OpenGL: sudo ln -s /usr/lib/dri /usr/lib/xorg/modules/dri AMD64 users: It may also be necessary to update /etc/profile if using GDM.

While the open-source drivers are fine for everyday computer use, they do not work well when trying to do cool graphical things like running OpenGL screensavers or XGL. However, the version that comes with 8.39.4 doesn't seem to handle switching into Big Desktop mode, does anyone know how to get this to work?