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Alienware M17 Dual ATI 3870 512Mb ram each intel 5300 wireless Ubuntu 8.04 Reply With Quote 01-11-2009 #6 M_Mungo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Just Joined! I'm using Fedora 11 32bit with gnome as my interface I'm sorry if there's already a reply to a similar thread but I'd love a "noob" tutorial on how to install Bye. It's the text that follows the kernel version in the output from uname -r and in the file names in the /boot directory. "2.x.y-z" is the version of the kernel-image package http://lifesupportal.com/mobility-radeon/mobility-radeon-9000-tv-out-driver.php

Have you looked in System>Admin>Hardware drivers? One thing to try is this: First back up your current xorg.conf (if you have one): Code: sudo mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.bak Don't worry if it tells you the file does not Register All Albums FAQ Today's Posts Search Hardware & Laptops Help with your hardware, including laptop issues Google™ Search FedoraForum Search Red Hat Bugzilla Search
Search Forums Show Threads There is not any link to download a driver in .deb package.this sitehttp://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7002791 says about suse linux enterprise Desktop.Should I pay for this version and install it?

Furthermore the Radeon driver supports some older chipsets that fglrx does not. March 27, 2005 Add patches to support kernel 2.6.11 (and no, there are no Easter eggs inside). Source from CVS T. When I go to: system..administration..hardware drivers.. "No proprietary drivers in use on this system." I did receive an error message during the process: E: /var/cache/apt/archives/sun-java6-jre_6-10-0ubuntu2_all.deb: subprocess pre-installation script returned error exit

Source. They're gone now. Additional batteries are affected. It is installed by default.

Chipset Graphics cards R100 Radeon 7200 RV100 Radeon 7000(VE), M6, RN50/ES1000 RS100 Radeon IGP320(M) RV200 Radeon 7500, M7, FireGL 7800 RS200 Radeon IGP330(M)/IGP340(M) RS250 Radeon Mobility 7000 IGP R200 Radeon 8500, Links C. Starting with version 3.9.0-3, I have applied yet another patch, kindly supplied by Alexandru Fomin, that hopefully fixes it once and for all. his explanation I have an old Thinkpad T40 with the Radeon Mobility 9000.

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 .. DVI on IBM T41p laptop Carsten wrote about his experience on a IBM T41p laptop: I've installed the latest package from you (8.10.19-1) and it works fine apart from the DVI The 2nd choice I believe is the install I made using "safe graphics mode" The "Ubuntu" and orange line appear (visibly larger than the 1st install), I get the tan screen, I will walk you through getting this working..

If that happens to you, you can tweak discover's configuration or you can simply move the agpgart.* files away from /lib/modules. fglrx-installer_8.19.10-1.tar.gz (41400 bytes) fglrx-installer_8.19.10-1.dsc (864 bytes) Download the files above into a directory of your choice (preferably /usr/src) and unpack with dpkg-source -x fglrx-installer_8.19.10-1.dsc Then cd into the newly created fglrx-installer-8.19.10 Thanks to Alexandru, Peter and others. Help Thx Adv Reply Quick Navigation Hardware Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New

CONFIG_MTRR=y The fglrx driver needs MTRR (Memory Type Range Register) support CONFIG_AGP=m CONFIG_AGP_chipset=m Enable any AGP chipset drivers you might need, for example CONFIG_AGP_INTEL, CONFIG_AGP_NVIDIA, etc... http://lifesupportal.com/mobility-radeon/mobility-radeon-9000-driver-gateway.php Links http://www.ati.com/developer/proginfo.html Gentoo ATI Radeon FAQ (a good source of troubleshooting hints) ATI Radeon Linux How-To DRI snapshot for Debian (in case you prefer truly open drivers) Linux on ASUS L5800c Please see the notes for amd64 users. Bugs and Workarounds Full-screen mode Full-screen mode is somewhat broken: sometimes you'll end up with a garbled display, and your only chance of getting your desktop back is blindly closing the

in these updates is a good ATI driver that should get you working. Flavio Stanchina — Thu, 2 Jun 2005 13:06:41 +0200 fglrx-installer (8.12.10-1) experimental; urgency=low New upstream version. Source These scripts will package the ATI driver version 8.19.10. Source Here's a complete list of chipsets supported by the fglrx driver, as reported by the driver itself in the X server log file.

My Launchpad ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My Wiki Page Adv Reply December 11th, 2009 #4 jocko View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu addict and loving it Join Date Nov 2005 Location Originally Posted by jocko No it won't. DVI (digital) output not working The DVI port works with driver version 8.18.6; I'll leave this note here for a while for reference.

I've changed my XORG file to look exactly like those shown in the suggested link.

Supported cards The list of supported cards at the beginning of this page comes from the driver's release notes, but it is known to be somewhat incomplete. Join Date Nov 2008 Location Poughkeepsie, NY Posts 51 I appreciate the effort. X.Org support! October 23, 2005 My home server is being hit pretty hard by hundreds of people downloading the new driver version.

Or is there a driver for debian 5? I cannot get the GUI to appear. The last proprietary driver that supported your card was released by ati in august 2006. have a peek here Use the official Debian packages!

debian/patches-8.10.19/panel.diff: expand the "environment incomplete" error message in the panel's Makefile to show exactly what it was looking for, i.e. "$(MK_QTDIR)/include/qglobal.h"; hopefully, people seeing such message will understand that they need just be patient.. In other words, the configuration of your kernel source tree does not reflect that of the running kernel. If you never tried to build a Debian package from source, learn how to do that before you come back here.

Ubuntu 12.04: users have to enable HDMI audio manually by passing the radeon.audio=1 kernel parameter.