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Should have no effect for "normal" portage versions, users of the experimental portage the hack was for should be fine on 8.34.8. 04 Mar 2007; Christian Faulhammer ati-drivers-8.28.8-r1.ebuild: stable x86; Should work out of the box. Well, source is still packaged, but it's the same old source of "fireglcontrol" center. It is only still present to allow packagers to have time to move over to amdcccle. have a peek here

Ubuntu 17.04 vs. Remove some older versions to keep this slim. onID=26907) and that i wanted to have compiz enabled (and so using AIGLX) , i removed fglrx ...But i was able to install/compile it. Page 1 of 5. http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=9327

Are you running XGL at the time you run the control center? In addition to supporting our site through advertisements, you can help by subscribing to Phoronix Premium. 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 Kernels .29 and .30 are not supported, but patched to work somehow in this release. 06 Jun 2009; Jeff Gardner metadata.xml: Removing myself and adding chainsaw to metadata.xml *ati-drivers-8.552-r3 (25

Compared to the old drivers, approximately 40% speed gain have been noticed with fglrx. Any help would be great *** glibc detected *** amdcccle: munmap_chunk(): invalid pointer: 0xbf91c8ca *** ======= Backtrace: ========= /lib/libc.so.6[0xb7a476e1] amdcccle[0x85a5317] amdcccle(AtiXUPcs_GetVal+0x68)[0x85a5178] amdcccle(AtiXUDisp_InitContext+0x85)[0x85a3645] amdcccle(AtiXUPriv_InitContext+0x4f)[0x85a26df] amdcccle(__AtiXUtil_Open+0x9b)[0x85a154b] amdcccle(main+0x106)[0x81449b6] /lib/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xdc)[0xb79f8f9c] amdcccle[0x8142d21] ======= Memory map: ======== AlbatorskMar 30, 2007, 02:09 AMHope this isn't asked too many times (only come here once in a while) but was curious if ATI has even acknowledged that they are working on To whoever made that invisible post...

Adam KanoTheMasterMar 29, 2007, 06:26 PMCurrent issues: a) no hint of supported chipsets anymore in /var/log/Xorg.0.log [since 8.34.8] b) no ModeLine support [since 8.30.3, last working was 8.29.6] Hint: For amdcccle Support for (most?) FireGl cards dropped (should be restored in upcoming versions) 8.41.7: increased OpenGL performance on some Radeon Cards, size/position TV-out adjustments work for Radeon X1900 or higher, X crash Which should be 9.10 beta release. ERROR: x11-drivers/ati-drivers-8.35.5 failed. > Call stack: > ebuild.sh, line 1632: Called dyn_compile > ebuild.sh, line 983: Called qa_call 'src_compile' > ebuild.sh, line 44: Called src_compile

Thanks to Matthias Wieding-Drewes 29 Feb 2008; Carsten Lohrke ati-drivers-8.34.8.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.35.5.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.36.5.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.37.6.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.37.6-r1.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.39.4.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.40.4.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.42.3.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.433.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.443.1-r1.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.452.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.455.2.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.455.2-r1.ebuild: Remove icon extension from desktop entry to match No. Shouldn't matter if it is 32bit or 64bit QT for those to be used correctly. ipeveryMar 30, 2007, 11:04 PMI just upgraded from 8.33.6 to 8.35.5.

Screenshots[edit] [Click here] External links[edit] Installer Release notes ATI Proprietary Linux Driver FAQ Retrieved from "http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php?title=8.35.5&oldid=8028" Category: Releases Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged inTalkContributionsLog in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views have a peek here Adam mlauMar 28, 2007, 03:22 PMIn any case.. If not out of the box then what I should do to achieve that. Besides, the control center is now closed source.

The open source drivers don't support newer cards, while the ATI drivers don't support older cards. http://tbapplication.com/ati-drivers/ati-drivers-zip.html Seems like something along the way was broken. Import of Emil Karlson's ebuild from the x11 overlay. *ati-drivers-14.6_beta2 (01 Sep 2014) 01 Sep 2014; Chí-Thanh Christopher Nguyễn +ati-drivers-14.6_beta2.ebuild: New beta, import of Emil Karlson's ebuild from the x11 Mostly the install has been routine. > I cannot seem to get ati-drivers to install. > > bugs.gentoo.org did not reveal anything useful (not from what I read). > > Here

This has nothing to do with the acceleration of 2D drawing primitives. To whoever made that invisible post... Required for Xorg server 1.4, but does not support FireGL cards. http://tbapplication.com/ati-drivers/ati-drivers-8-8.html Under Debian the module can be placed in /etc/modules.

Where does the rebuilt rpm go?? Can this driver be installed to 64-bit FC6 with 2.6.20 kernel versions? Remove some old versions. 02 Jun 2014; Chí-Thanh Christopher Nguyễn ati-drivers-14.4_p1.ebuild: Stabilize latest. *ati-drivers-14.4_p1 (27 May 2014) 27 May 2014; Chí-Thanh Christopher Nguyễn +ati-drivers-14.4_p1.ebuild: Version bump, import of Emil

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Terminal:#fglrxinfo[code]Xlib: extension "XFree86-DRI" missing on display ":0.0".display: :0.0 screen: 0OpenGL vendor string: Mesa project: www.mesa3d.orgOpenGL renderer string: Mesa GLX IndirectOpenGL version string: 1.2 (1.5 Mesa 6.5.1)[/code]/var/log/Xorg.0.log:[code]X Window System Version 7.1.1Release Date: The external VGA port on my T60 has no signal to the CRT hence the problem. User experience Speed How much is the speed gain versus the opensource drivers? Everything was working fine on 8.33.6 but as soon as I upgrade to 8.35.5, I lost my CRT display.

Mostly the install has been routine. > I cannot seem to get ati-drivers to install. > > bugs.gentoo.org did not reveal anything useful (not from what I read). > > Here Prior to showing off the new control area for the fglrx drivers there are a few related items worth pointing out. Env file and blocker against nvidia are no longer needed *ati-drivers-12.1 (30 Jan 2012) 30 Jan 2012; Chí-Thanh Christopher Nguyễn +ati-drivers-12.1.ebuild: Version bump. this contact form If you are on stable sarge with backport's kernel 2.6.15, download ATI's installer, let it build Debian packages and proceed as usual.

Import of Emil Karlson's ebuild from the x11 overlay 06 Apr 2014; Agostino Sarubbo ati-drivers-13.12.ebuild: Stable for x86, wrt bug #500368 *ati-drivers-14.3_beta (27 Mar 2014) 27 Mar 2014; Chí-Thanh Christopher Remove old masked mess. 28 Jul 2009; Tomáš Chvátal metadata.xml: This package moves under x11 jurisdiction. Try running 'DISPLAY=:0 amdcccle' Adam markeloMar 28, 2007, 05:03 PMDoesn't install out of the box, you have to apply +#ifndef SA_SHIRQ +#define SA_SHIRQ IRQF_SHARED +#endif patch to firegl_public.c (a small piece ERROR: x11-drivers/ati-drivers-8.35.5 failed. > Call stack: > ebuild.sh, line 1632: Called dyn_compile > ebuild.sh, line 983: Called qa_call 'src_compile' > ebuild.sh, line 44: Called src_compile

Articles & Reviews News Archive Forums Premium Categories Computers Display Drivers GPUs / Graphics Cards Linux Gaming Memory Motherboards CPUs / Processors Software Storage Operating Systems Peripherals Close Articles & Reviews ThinkPads that may be supported Supported chips, as found in select IBM ThinkPads: NOTE! Add missing dependencies noticed by Paul Thomas , closes bug #172683. 10 Mar 2007; Marien Zwart ati-drivers-8.27.10-r1.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.28.8.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.28.8-r1.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.29.6.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.30.3.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.30.3-r1.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.32.5.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.33.6.ebuild, ati-drivers-8.33.6-r1.ebuild: Remove weird dyn_unpack hack (removal Enabling stereo may result in rectangular corruption in X Windows on the screen's right hand side.

Remove the one with tons of runtime issues. 30 Jul 2010; Tomáš Chvátal ati-drivers-10.4.ebuild, ati-drivers-10.5.ebuild, ati-drivers-10.6.ebuild, ati-drivers-10.7.ebuild: Depend on proper emul lib to fix bug #330249. 30 Jul 2010; Luca But now they put binary 32-bit version of AMDCC which is statically linked with QT. Are you running XGL at the time you run the control center? There have also been horror stories for Windows Catalyst Control Center users that it takes a long time to load, but this is definitely not the case for the Linux edition.

Can this driver be installed to 64-bit FC6 with 2.6.20 kernel versions?