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Update: As of April 2005, I've installed Ubuntu's X.Org 6.8.2-10 packages, and I was curious to see if my DVI port works with the X.Org “radeon” driver. Publicidade Minha placa de vídeo é uma ATI All In Wonder 8500DV, e o meu monitor é Samsung Syncmaster 753DF de 17", e uso mandriva 10.2. Back to top spinaxn00bJoined: 07 Jun 2005Posts: 1 Posted: Wed Nov 02, 2005 8:32 pm Post subject: This patch solved my problems. When I go to run fglxrconfig to finish config...I'm told bad command, it's nowhere to be found. have a peek here

Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. WARNING: These packages include slightly experimental AMD64 / X.Org support. Compare 9. My FPS is as low as it can be (300 tops) as there's no hardware acceleration.

Vai ai meu atual xorg.conf: # File: xorg.conf # File generated by fglrxconfig (C) ATI Technologies, a substitute for xf86config. # Note by ATI: the below copyright notice is there for This list shows the options I've been using successfully for the past two years; these options are correct for kernel 2.6.10, but they should be the same for any 2.6.x kernel Select 3D support8. If you have a fair amount of memory IE: 1gig or more.

Will the patch still apply? (I'm guessing no?) Back to top matt--n00bJoined: 02 Nov 2005Posts: 5 Posted: Wed Nov 09, 2005 4:51 am Post subject: This patch addresses a 64bit Just follow the instructions here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI blankdev View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit blankdev's homepage! FGLTexMgr: open of shared memory object failed (Function not implemented) __FGLTexMgrCreateObject: __FGLTexMgrSHMmalloc failed!!! The time now is 01:09 AM.

Highlights from the release notes: – PowerPlay(tm) Support – fgl_glxgears Update – Initial Suspend and Resume Support – The latest proprietary driver introduces a resolution for drmMap failures on 64bit NLD9 Currently, I don't know of anybody who can use the DVI port on an 8500 with the fglrx driver. until then I'll work with the standard radeon driver from X. http://pclinuxos-dev.pclinuxos.narkive.com/eMds55Lh/ati-driver-installer-10-12-05-version-8-18-6 This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in any form without prior authorisation.

Debian is a “pure” amd64 system, so 64-bit libs go into /.../lib and 32-bit libs go into /emul/ia32-linux/.../lib. Please do not try to upgrade from the packages produced by the ATI installer to the packages you'll find here or to official Debian packages. Edit: Thanks to help from Duwial on the IRC channel, I think I got this working, by running "sudo fglrxconfig" and going through and making best guesses :) Powered by vBulletin Usually you don't need to specify any of this though...

At first I got a blank screen again, but with the MonitorLayout option, the DVI port does finally work. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/suse-opensuse-60/suse-10-and-ati-linux-x86-driver-8-18-8-a-377114/ and a better idea as to how Ubuntu will run on that system. norberto Novembro 13, 2005 Funcionou, obrigado luciano, veja abaixo, somente fiz uma pequena alteração nos números para refletir com os parametros encontrados no manual do meu monitor, já que aparentemente temos AdamCo View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by AdamCo 10-31-2005, 06:48 PM #12 RedShirt Senior Member Registered: Oct 2005 Location:

Cheers -Leezer- allupinyaNovember 7th, 2005, 05:24 AMAlso if i may add another thought.. navigate here That worked for me now. is that what you tried ? Once you are back to the destkop, you have your 3d acceleration...

Having a problem logging in? Source These scripts will package the ATI driver version 8.19.10. good luck. http://tbapplication.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-installer-8-23-7-i386.html Removed changelog entries before 8.8.25 to unclutter the web page; they are still available as "changelog.old" for those interested.

FedoraForum.org is privately owned and is not directly sponsored by the Fedora Project or Red Hat, Inc. Change some Recommends: to Suggests:. I tried to configure it through System>Preferences>Screen Resolution but 1920X1200 isn't even an option.

That is SuSE 10.0 with default kernel, and it worked.

I followed these instructions and can't run gears. Thanks again._________________No tears, please, it's a waste of good suffering... assuming new VMA API since we do have kernel 2.6.x... It is quite easy to find though.

jecosOctober 14th, 2005, 03:12 AMis this safe to do with the previous version drivers already installed? Note: You must compile your kernel and the ATI kernel module with the same compiler version, otherwise the module won't work. In which directory must I put the link to that file? http://tbapplication.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-installer-8-23-7-i386-run.html If you're not interested in 3D acceleration, you can do without the kernel module. 1.2.

but I can't get it to run... If you are using a prebuilt kernel, you'll need to find out which version of GCC was used to build it (look into /proc/version) and make sure you're using the same. I'm going to start desperately playing w/ my kernel settings. Reboot or restart your xserver.10.

You can ask for a different version by setting the PVERSION environment variable (see below). This version also supports X.org. But I can move the as it was two screens and the second monitor became very yellow. G.

I editted it (a few times) because I would try the patch, it would work, and I would post it, and it wouldn't. The ATI driver supports many more (important) OpenGL extensions than the open source driver does. debian/rules: handle X.Org 6.8.2 (yes, I switched to Ubuntu's X.Org). fglX11AllocateManagedSurface: __FGLTexMgrCreateObject failed!!

lderID=300) , but they seem not to work, can anyone help?