I'm waiting for open sourced radeon drivers to get 3d support. Flavio Stanchina — Thu, 17 Feb 2005 11:12:57 +0100 fglrx-installer (8.8.25-3) experimental; urgency=low Fix silly bug in preinst's diversion of 32-bit libGL.so on AMD64. [thanks to Nicolas Fournier] Flavio Stanchina — Working setups 8. I used to use HIGHMEM4G, but 1GLOWMEM is better if you have “only” 1G of RAM. 8. have a peek at this web-site
Working setups I maintain a list of setups that are reported to work fine. If not, where can I get working OpenGL drivers for linux? Quake 2: with the XFree driver, it exhibits slowdowns that affect playability. and learned their lesson. useful reference
Look up the PCI ID of your card with lspci -n, then search for a similar model and ID in the list of supported chipsets. You can ask for a different version by setting the XTYPE and XVERSION environment variables (again, see below). In this case, read this page.
Keep buying add on video cards every year for MORE than the cost of the motherboard? All rights reserved. Compare 9. It also doesn't state the specific driver that should be getting used.
T. There's a patch for the build script in the mailing list archives, but there's nothing I can do about the release notes. Here is my /etc/X11/xorg.conf Section "Screen" Identifier "Configured Screen Device" Device "Configured Video Device" SubSection "Display" Virtual 2048 768 EndSubSection EndSection Section "Device" Identifier "Configured Video Device" EndSection I will be Enter the command exactly as shown and the link will be in the correct place, no matter which directory you are in.
Note: AMD has contributed packaging scripts to allows creation of other packages, but does not necessarily test, verify or warrant the reliability. comments powered by Disqus Issue 202/2017 Content Order Print Issue Subscribe Buy this issue as a PDF Digital Issue: Price $9.99 (incl. Most all extensions work (except Arb_Fragment_Program which needs a GeForceFX anyway.) If I were you running linux on a laptop I would go with nvidia. Kernel source for more details.
News LibreOffice 5.4 Released Comes with improved support for Microsoft Office file formats. http://www.stanchina.net/~flavio/debian/fglrx-installer.html I'm trying to support module-assistant with this release. DistroUbuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx 10.04 & Mobility Radeon 9700 I have linux mint 7 installed on my two desktops but I have never been able to get a distro of linux 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
The driver and libGL are in the fglrx-driver package, the kernel module's source code is in the fglrx-kernel-src package. See this page Recommended configuration for X.org No configuration is necessary for ATI driver in the modern versions of Ubuntu. On the nVidia site they say I need to get the drivers from my notebook manufacturer... [This message has been edited by Overmind (edited 08-16-2003).] 08-17-2003,04:50 AM #4 azcoder View Profile Source I didn't test if it's true.
Moved it into the debian directory so dh_installdocs finds it. During the test phase it garbled the screen but upon init 5 it was fine. If you use these packages, please send me an email and tell me if they work.
Mailing list Once upon a time, there was a mailing list for discussion about these packages. As a guideline, kernels for 686 and k7 CPUs should work fine, but kernels for the venerable 386 might not include AGP, DRM and/or MTRR support. Results 1 to 8 of 8 Thread: ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 Linux drivers Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Kernel option(s) Notes CONFIG_MODULES=y CONFIG_MODULE_UNLOAD=y CONFIG_KMOD=y Make sure that CONFIG_MODVERSIONS is set correctly!
User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. This driver provides 2D and 3D acceleration in your video hardware. Supported cards 2. have a peek here Thank you.
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