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T. Flavio Stanchina — Sat, 22 Oct 2005 16:05:04 +0200 fglrx-installer (8.16.20-1) experimental; urgency=low New upstream version. Multiview Support This release of ATI Catalyst™ Linux enables users to render applications using a multiple GPU configuration with independent displays • Multview can be enabled using single or multiple GPU March 27, 2005 Add patches to support kernel 2.6.11 (and no, there are no Easter eggs inside). Check This Out

If it breaks your system, you keep all the pieces and I don't care. (But let me know what happened, OK?) After your X server starts, check if OpenGL acceleration is Power Management Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS (Linux kernel 3.13.0), Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and later For the most recent ATI/AMD graphic cards supported by the Radeon driver, DPM (Dynamic Power Management) should work You can build the kernel module in several ways. I had to drop the XFree86 version from package names, which means that you won't be able to upgrade the packages directly: instead you'll need to apt-get remove "fglrx-4.*" apt-get install https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RadeonDriver

New Features This section provides information on new features found in this release of the Radeon™ Display Driver. Someone also suggested that I try with Option "MonitorLayout" "TMDS, AUTO" in the XFree86 config file, but this doesn't make any difference. You don't need to actually compile the kernel, but you do need to configure it properly.

Highlights from the release notes: – Dynamic Clock Gating – Enhanced Support for OpenGL Development – Dual Link Monitor Support – Xinerama Support – New X Server Configuration Utility [thanks to Radeon Mobility 9800 (M18 JN)" or whatever your adapter is named 6.Save your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file. ---------------finished editing xorg.conf-------------------------- -Ctrl alt f2 -login ~$ sudo killall gdm ~$ startx -bring up a more » X11R7 The first major X release for over 10 years, X11R7, has finally adopted a modular approach. Figuring out how to do that on your system is left as an exercise, but usually you'll have to switch to a virtual console (text mode) by pressing Ctrl+Alt+F1, then stop

Hansiman View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit Hansiman's homepage! WARNING: These packages include slightly experimental AMD64 / X.Org support. Make sure to remove any old /usr/src/modules/fglrx directory after an upgrade of the fglrx package, because module-assistant will not do that for you. Meanwhile AMD has released the 9.4 driver, which also supports Ubuntu 9.04.

Versions 3.2.5 and later officially support the Radeon products again. No excuse for it just like there is no excuse for the abuses noted above. dpkg -i fglrx-driver_8.19.10-1_arch.deb dpkg -i fglrx-kernel-src_8.19.10-1_arch.deb After you have installed the packages, you'll also need to install a suitable kernel module to enable 3D acceleration. Add patches to support kernel 2.6.11: – 09-agp_backend – 10-remap_pfn_range – 11-four-level-pagetables Add more patches in the limbo directory, and also put them in the kernel module's source tarball.

debian/rules: handle X.Org 6.8.2 (yes, I switched to Ubuntu's X.Org). http://www.rage3d.com/board/showthread.php?t=33760501 Move "module" and "limbo" into "debian" to unclutter things. Wich driver? If the upgrade doesn't work as expected, please report any problems to me.

Their drivers are outstanding and the chip performs very good. his comment is here put the both together and you get very little. Refer to the Package Generation installation instructions for more information. However, you still have to check that the kernel you're using has all the correct configuration options.

Their drivers are closed source - I believe VA helped them build them. Flavio Stanchina — Sun, 12 Jun 2005 18:48:53 +0200 fglrx-installer (8.12.10-2.1) experimental; urgency=low debian/control: also Build-Depend on libxtst-dev... Less than two years. this contact form If you already have a configured kernel source tree, you can use it, but make sure that it's exactly the same configuration you are using. 2.1.1 Recommended kernel options The following

Can't the cards just freakin' work right in the first place or at least be able to update properly the most basic features with what should rightfully be a no-headache/no-brainer to Unresolved symbols: If you get any "unresolved symbol" errors, look carefully at the unresolved symbol's name and try to understand which configuration option it might be related to. s-pal View Public Profile Find More Posts by s-pal s-pal's System Specs May 24, 2004, 05:46 PM #6 RCAS Radeon R200 Join Date: May 2004 Posts: 99 Sorry to

Now that official Debian packages are available, these packages have become largely obsolete and the mailing list is no longer useful.

Need help running Linux on your netbook? The video works ok on the Midori browser but not on ChromeI had a similar situation when I was running XP with the Chrome browser, had to switch browsersSo it seems There are enough Linux fanbois to do that. CONFIG_AGP_ATI is required only if you actually have an ATI AGP chipset on your motherboard; it has nothing to do with the fact that your AGP video card is an ATI.

Therefore, I've removed the prebuilt binary packages; if you really want to use these packages, I assume you are able to build binary packages from source as clearly explained in section Note: Software driver support for ATI FireGL™, Integrated, Mobility ™ and Desktop products prior to the Radeon™ 9500 is available from www.amd.com ATI Radeon™ HD 4870 X2 Series ATI Radeon™ X1650 If you prefer to build the packages with m-a from your own user account (with ~/src/linux being the kernel source): mkdir -p ~/src/modass module-assistant -u ~/src/modass -k ~/src/linux install fglrx Note: http://tbapplication.com/ati-mobility/ati-mobility-9700-driver-xp.html works REGPARM 2.6.5?

Thus the upcoming releases from Ubuntu, Fedora and Mandriva are expected to support the new AMD driver only, at least for the time being. RCAS View Public Profile Find More Posts by RCAS RCAS's System Specs May 24, 2004, 05:30 PM #5 s-pal Radeon R420 Join Date: May 2002 Posts: 271 next time The new legacy driver supports the following graphics cards (including Mobile and All-in-Wonder variants): ATI Radeon 9500 Series ATI Radeon 9550 Series ATI Radeon 9600 Series ATI Radeon 9700 Series ATI Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.

The attitude I'm talking about is that they said in an Interview that they where committed to supporting the Linux Community (beleive that the Linux of today has about 4% of Format: Card:[email protected] Example: 0:[email protected] [ -m | --modules ] comma seperated list of X-Server modules for example: -m 0=mga,1=nv [ -c | --chip ] chip number(s) to scan [ -x | Required packages If you want to build the source packages, make sure you have installed debhelper, kernel-package (for make-kpkg), libqt3-mt-dev, xlibs-dev, libxtst-dev, fakeroot, rpm and wget. Install packages and compile the kernel module You need to install the "fglrx-driver" and "fglrx-kernel-src" packages; the "fglrx-driver-dev" package contains header files and the libfglrx_gamma.a static library and you need it

Hundreds, yes-even thousands of dollars of product all basically useless in the first place and now all down the toilet for sure as things stand! If you never tried to build a Debian package from source, learn how to do that before you come back here. Copyright ©1998-2011 Rage3D.com Links monetized by VigLink Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... The aspect ratio of a traditional CRT is 4/3 and all standard resolutions (such as 640x480, 800x600 and 1024x768) have that aspect ratio; the aspect ratio of 1280x1024 is 5/4, so