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Ati Driver Installer 8.19

You will have to use vesa for the 7xxx or the x.org supplied ati driver. I can't wait to see what it is this time. At first I got a blank screen again, but with the MonitorLayout option, the DVI port does finally work. When the "ATI Proprietary Linux Driver" dialog comes up leave the default selection selected and click "Continue". have a peek here

All good. Open terminal and become root 3. chmod worked for running the ATI installation program but apparently my card is not supported. You know who you are.

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It just means that now my hard drive thrashes soon as I run out of RAM! Run:sh ati-driver-installer-8.19.10-i386.run 4. andlinux View Public Profile Visit andlinux's homepage! Thanks to Alexandru, Peter and others.

Try running "sudo ldconfig" and then try again. For example you would enter "321" so that "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480" for 24-bit" is selected if your monitor's highest resolution is "1024x768". Find More Posts by Septor Septor's System Specs Advertisement (Guests Only) Login or Register to remove this ad Nov 21, 2005, 10:44 AM #4 andlinux Radeon R100 Join Date: Mailing list A.

It's not a hardware problem, because I can see Linux boot in text mode on the DVI port; also, the Windows XP driver works fine (not that I would want to I'll check it tonight again and post the error I get. This is causing some problems trying out suggested commands. The story has changed now because ATI support (http://support.ati.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=894&task=knowledge&folderID=27) has made it really simple to install linux drivers.

I have always complained about the poor support from ati for linux drivers. http://forums.fedoraforum.org/archive/index.php/t-76160.html For example, with apt-get: apt-get install fglrx-driver fglrx-kernel-src If you downloaded the packages or built your own, install them with dpkg: cd .. Installation goes well except that it doesnt recognize the X system and when i try to run the second command you listed, that command doesn't exist so I can't run it. I've been told that you should use this command: /usr/bin/nvidia-installer --uninstall Of course, this is relevant only if you previously had tried to use a NVidia graphics card in your system.

The story has changed now because ATI support (http://support.ati.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=894&task=knowledge&folderID=27) has made it really simple to install linux drivers. http://tbapplication.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-installer-8-42-3-x86-x86-64-run.html Anybody got any ideas why this might be? Though only hit maximum 2700FPS I ran Quake III Arena, and it doesn't play too well, very quickly it has 90FPS then suddenly very low, under 20FPS and alternates very very English" for the "Please select the layout corresponding to your keyboard" option and "1" for "1.

Time to reboot, get ndiswrapper sorted and I will let you know how I get on. The best course of action is to enable them as modules and let the user-space drivers load the modules they require. Build-Depends on libstdc++5 because the prebuilt binaries require it. Check This Out Run:fglrxconfig 6.

Refer to 2.1. However I was using a 3dfx Voodoo 3 2000 pci card until recently (which I was able to run in 3d accelerated mode, albeit only 16 bit) but recently changed motherboards If it fails, it fails silently and one defaults to the Mesa drivers.

ubuntu:~$sudo aticonfig --initial aticonfig: error while loading shared libraries: libfglrx_pp.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory When I do a search for that file, it is standing

Flavio Stanchina — Tue, 18 Jan 2005 21:58:49 +0100 D. I wish I had the same simple experience as the fellow running 32 bit. I dont understand why some users have trouble with it. restart X: init 5 10.

I did this like it was written on http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Ubu...allation_Guide sudo apt-get install xorg-driver-fglrx sudo apt-get install linux-restricted-modules-$(uname -r) #Okay if it is already installed sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg #Select the fglrx driver The answer is to read ln's info page and learn about symlinks. Changelog fglrx-installer (8.19.10-1) experimental; urgency=low New upstream version. this contact form DoneSome packages could not be installed.

I've done it a few times using the same steps I described in the how-to. Windows is not Linux and the Ati drivers for Windows are not for Linux. I almost wonder if the base driver fails to access the video card memory as 2D performance also seems faster when system memory is being used. Seems to time out.

I was successful with that (probably cuz it's nothing more than a yum install thing), and now they are working quite well. If you configured your /etc/apt/sources.list with one of my prebuilt package repositories, install the packages with apt, aptitude, dselect or similar tools. Can anyone figure out a workaround? If that happens to you, you can tweak discover's configuration or you can simply move the agpgart.* files away from /lib/modules.

I'd also like to know if (and how) I can build AMD64 packages on an i386 box. This allows clients to receive these key events. # Option "Dont Zoom" # Uncomment this to disable tuning with the xvidtune client. This allows default font and rgb paths to be set # ************************************************** ******************** Section "Files" # The location of the RGB database.