because sources (also if installed) do not reflect the settings of the current kernel. Which version of the ATi driver did you use??For comparison here is a copy of my xorg.conf file;Code: Select all# Xorg configuration created by system-config-display
Identifier For example, if the former command outputs "8.55" and the latter "220.127.116.11", you need to name the patch /etc/ati/patch/patch-8.56-18.104.22.168. At last, i added a new section to the /etc/X11/xorg.confCode: Select allSection "DRI"
And...........yes, as you thought it......it doesn't help. have a peek here
Unable to make GCC_VER_MAJ=4 KVER=2.6.22-gentoo-r5 KDIR=/usr/src/linux kmod_build. With fglrx drivers prior to 8.42.3 will need to disable composite to enable 3D DRI acceleration. 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? I cannot seem to get ati-drivers to install. http://www.filewatcher.com/m/ati-driver-installer-8.39.4-x86.x86_64.run.40085391-0.html
Basic lesson: Not all ati-driver packages work with all kernels. FedoraForum.org is privately owned and is not directly sponsored by the Fedora Project or Red Hat, Inc. The fglrx-x package contains ATI's OpenGL libraries, and these libraries are located in the same directory of the Mesa libraries, so when you install the fglrx-x package Mesa OpenGL libraries are
Log in as root and type: yum -y install kmod-nvidia glx-utils The above command will install the video driver for newer Nvidia cards. And discover the GLOO Cannon was nearly removed from the game, and Mimics were a lucky mistake. This can happen: because the kernel source were not installed. It's the same version like you have: 8.39. 4I used the "ati-driver-installer-8.39.4-x86.x86_64.run" and generated a rpm package with it, instead install it directly.
EndSection Section "Device" ... With recent x11-drm-20060608 driver (gentoo) and thinkpad t42 (ati 9600) the speed is confirmed as 1900fps and stable. its pretty games seem to run horribly now though, is there a solution for this? After doing that you need to make sure that the ati-drivers package you have chosen matches up with the kernel you are attempting to build/install.
In this case should be enough to install the source package which can be found in Slackware k/ directory. http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=155503&highlight=mobility+radeon&page=27 Since that ATI drivers don't have this type of license, they aren't compiled. the transparent AMD logo in the lower right corner which says: "AMD Unsupported hardware" is a known issue. When you're back, open up Konsole and type: glxinfo | grep direct If the output of the above command is: direct rendering: Yes the ATI driver installation was successfully completed and
Code: su rpm -Uvh http://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-stable.noarch.rpm http://download1.rpmfusion.org/nonfree/fedora/rpmfusion-nonfree-release-stable.noarch.rpm yum install akmod-catalyst xorg-x11-drv-catalyst xorg-x11-drv-catalyst-libs.i686 Or using kmod (which saves a bit of disk space but will have problems with every kernel update.) Code: su http://tbapplication.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-installer-8-42-3-x86-x86-64-run.html You can also append your comments/questions to a guide, but don't start a new thread to ask a question. Then, as root, type: rpm -ivhU http://rpm.livna.org/livna-release-7.rpm Now the Livna repository is installed and you can continue with the driver installation part. Code: Select all# lsmod | grep fglrx
There is no output message, so the module isn't loaded.
distr0 View Public Profile Find all posts by distr0 #5 21st May 2007, 10:38 PM leigh123linux Guest Posts: n/a Quote: Originally Posted by distr0 yeaaah. joao82 View Public Profile Find all posts by joao82 #10 23rd May 2007, 02:39 PM leigh123linux Guest Posts: n/a Quote: Originally Posted by joao82 when I do "fglrxinfo" Clean: IF you previously installed this driver using the binary package provided by AMD-ATI, you must un-install it, then repair Mesa: Code: su yum reinstall mesa-libGL 1. Check This Out Being a Nvidia user I have been unable to test so I was unable to include any switches.
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). Being a Nvidia user I have been unable to test so I was unable to include any switches. Code: su rpm -Uvh http://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-stable.noarch.rpm http://download1.rpmfusion.org/nonfree/fedora/rpmfusion-nonfree-release-stable.noarch.rpm yum install akmod-catalyst xorg-x11-drv-catalyst xorg-x11-drv-catalyst-libs.i686 Or using kmod (which saves a bit of disk space but will have problems with every kernel update.) Code: su
I recompiled gcc, > just for grins. In order to uninstall the patch simply delete It from /etc/ati/custom-package/patch directory. Make sure radeon is removed from initramfs Code: su mv /boot/initramfs-$(uname -r).img /boot/initramfs-$(uname -r)-radeon.img dracut /boot/initramfs-$(uname -r).img $(uname -r) 4. Code: Select all#glxinfo |grep rendering
direct redering: yes
Fine, really fine, but now I have a transparent AMD logo in the lower right corner which says:"AMD Unsupported hardware"Errr, and whats says
EndSection Section "DRI" Group 0 Mode 0666 EndSection Note: The command: #> aticonfig --initial can help you. Major changes: 8.4 compilable on 2.6.25 using this patch 8.1: Fixed suspending on kernel version 2.6.23 or later. To list all connected and enabled monitors: # aticonfig --query-monitor To switch displays: # aticonfig --enable-monitor=STRING,STRING, where STRING can be: none, lvds, crt1, crt2, tv, tdms1, tdms2 Only 2 displays can this contact form Might be monitored by ATI (, ).
The Catalyst Control Center, which comes with the driver (at least from Livna in Fedora Core 6) can be used to do this switching. I lookedin /usr/portage/distfiles > and only found this ati file on the portable: > ati-driver-installer-8.35.5-x86.x86_64.run > > so I downloaded the other files from a similar amd 64 system where I Code: Select allglxinfo |grep renderinggives the following output: Code: Select allXlib: extension "XFree86-DRI" missing on display ":0.0".
direct rendering: No
My xorg.conf looks like this: Code: Select all
# Xorg configuration Could you please post any more usefull switches.
Reboot . However all the compiled kernel generally have this option enabled. 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 What i have done: - Install dkms- Add some modules into the "Module" Section of the xorg.conf (the same like the ones from Lenard)- build the rpm package with the ATI
ERROR: x11-drivers/ati-drivers-8.35.5 failed. > Call stack: > ebuild.sh, line 1638: Called dyn_compile > ebuild.sh, line 985: Called qa_call 'src_compile' > ebuild.sh, line 44: Called src_compile > ati-drivers-8.35.5.ebuild, line 170: Called linux-mod_src_compile Download Link File Size Version Date Posted Package Includes ATI Driver Installer 38.2MB 8.39.4 July 23, 2007 Automated installer and Display Drivers for XFree86 4.3 and X.Org 6.7, 6.8, 6.9, 7.0,