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that did the trick. What sort of failure do you get using Option "UseInternalAGPGART" "no" instead, if any? (I'm guessing you get what we see in the first post, ie a "xf86_ENODEV" error) Does "Option" Firstly, I have uninstalled all previous ati drivers, having only the installer from ati left. User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. have a peek here

I did an lsmod and found that I'm running: agpgart and intel_agp Anyone else having problems w/ ATI Mobility X300? Join Us! I am running the latest bios and the bios itself has no settings in this area that allows me to fiddle with... It maybe posted on Wiki (or someplace else) to prevent other to open bugs like this again.

But it is possible to get Radeon cards working. You should see something like: Code: display: :0.0 screen: 0 OpenGL vendor string: ATI Technologies Inc. I don't know if that has something to say. With the X server running and the connection established, the usage count of this module must be greater than zero.

  • my Xorg configuration is viewable at http://www.agitate.dk/xorg.conf Please help me!
  • Just removing the offending function might not always be a good idea, but doing this lets me use X with hardware acceleration, and I have yet to notice any issues.
  • With this version all is fine.Any ideas, why the new driver version is not working?
  • The Xorg.0.log posted above comes from an attempt using Option "mtrr" "off" Option "UseInternalAGPGART" "yes" which differs from the xorg.conf in a previous message.
  • For example: On a motherboard using a VIAŽ AGP Controller, you would load the via-agp.ko using modprobe as follows (notice that the trailing .ko is omitted): modprobe via-agp Check the modprobe
  • For the record, I have no SELinux enabled.
  • It is slow as hell.
  • Before when I would test one of the 3D screen savers, I would get 5 to 10(max) FPS.

Problem: My dapper 32 installation only sets AGP correctly if I start a 64-bit linux distros (or Windows XP) and then restart into dapper-32 without turn off computer. 2: Full Description: Its the same error.http://rafb.net/paste/results/RGL1oX39.htmlMy Xorg.Conf:http://rafb.net/paste/results/od8gRY60.htmlI experimented with the lineOption "UseInternalAGPGART" "yes"/"no"but no effect.Update was done while in runlevel 3, so without X.Also tried to rmmod and then removed the fglrx Did you exit X before updating your drivers? Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else • Take the tour • Read the guide © 2004-2016 CanonicalLtd. • Terms of use • Contact Launchpad Support • Blog

If you can host a copy of /var/log/Xorg.0.log too, that'd be great. Adv Reply June 10th, 2005 #85 nehalem View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message A Carafe of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2004 Beans 107 Re: HOWTO: ATI drivers 8.12.10 Trying In short: unfortunately, what you have could be a mess... https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/50351 As root do a "ln -s /usr/src/kernels/2.6.14-1.1637_FC4-i686 /usr/src/linux". (Substitute your kernel for "2.6.14-1.1637_FC4-i686".) As root run "sh ati-driver-installer-8.19.10-i386.run" in the directory where you downloaded the file.

The way I solved this on LinuxKernel2.6 was to make sure UseInternalAGPGART was set to no in the XF86Config file and rebooting - if at any stage the fglrx AGPGART has See notes at the DRI wiki and Radeon Linux howto. sudo /usr/share/ati/fglrx-uninstall.sh 7 pages link to RadeonNotes: FedoraNotes RadeonOnNforce UserSubmittedNotes pci/1002:4e45 pci/1002:4e65 NForce2Notes HardwareNotes Last edited on Tuesday, June 5, 2007 5:36:41 pm by BenStaz EditPageHistoryDiffInfoLikePages Please note that any user And these drivers are ALOT better.

Then there's this oddity: Quote: [[email protected] ~]$ dmesg | grep fglrx [fglrx] Maximum main memory to use for locked dma buffers: 679 MBytes. [fglrx] module loaded - fglrx 8.19.10 [Nov 9 jowah View Public Profile Find all posts by jowah #5 18th November 2005, 06:38 PM smfinley Offline Retired Community Manager Join Date: Jul 2004 Posts: 1,334 Go to One of them should remove the driver. Back up your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file.

To verify that the AGP module is already loaded, run lsmod as root. navigate here I used the ATI installer. That listing tells me you have attempted to install both the Livna packages and some other package on top of eachother. Debian There is a a very good tutorial about installing ATI-drivers on Debian Linux.

If you have an NForce2; use Kernel 2.4.22 or higher for a kernel that supports the Nvidia AGPGART. (You should be using Kernel 2.4.24 or higher anyway!) It's native to 2.6. Password Forgot Password? Although I did not see an error message similar to (EE) fglrx(0): [agp].... http://fullflash.net/unable-to/unable-to-acquire-premium-link-due-to-a-megaupload-error.html So I followed the instructions in the OP on my clean install of HH 5.04 (for amd64).

Offline #5 2006-05-27 07:43:20 Arkamririon Member From: Germany Registered: 2005-12-27 Posts: 34 Re: [solved] AGP Error after last update with fglrx driver thx, it was the modules autoloading. I know, I'm stabbing in the dark here. I see the 64 MB video framebuffer memory range there (reg07), but more is needed - one needs to have a register set up with the AGP aperture memory range too.

back up to build_mod, run ./make.sh, cd back up to fglrx and run ./make_install.sh There is a patch for this, and other issues, in Gentoo's ATI drivers portage tree.

Changed in linux-source-2.6.15: status: Unconfirmed → Fix Released See full activity log To post a comment you must log in. MODPOST Warning: could not find /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod/2.6.x/.libfglrx_ip.a.GCC3.cmd for /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod/2.6.x/libfglrx_ip.a.GCC3 CC /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod/2.6.x/fglrx.mod.o LD [M] /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod/2.6.x/fglrx.ko make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.10-5-686' build succeeded with return value 0 duplicating results into driver repository... Last edited by Serus; June 9th, 2005 at 10:56 PM. If you are buying a new graphics card, you might be better off with an Nvidia, particularly with later model and higher spec cards.

Change the modes for 24-bit (24-bit color)" and enter "321" so that "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480" for 24-bit" is selected (or whatever your actual monitor's screen resolution modes should be). Adv Reply June 10th, 2005 #86 vannguyen0 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Spilled the Beans Join Date Apr 2005 Beans 17 Re: HOWTO: ATI drivers 8.12.10 I've installed After adding the modules in the right order in rc.conf it works. this contact form i only get a black screen.

What does Code: dmesg|grep agpgart tell you? Find all posts by smfinley #6 18th November 2005, 06:48 PM Allan Eising Offline Registered User Join Date: Nov 2005 Posts: 7 Should I attempt to uninstall the If you have any complaints about the contents of this page, please do not hesitate to contact the Waikato Linux Users Group, or, click the Edit button! I checked my /var/log/Xorg.0.log and found this: (II) fglrx(0): [drm] loaded kernel module for "fglrx" driver (II) fglrx(0): [drm] DRM interface version 1.0 (II) fglrx(0): [drm] created "fglrx" driver at busid

Any idea why I'm getting this error?? Adv Reply June 10th, 2005 #87 Jesus Franco View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans! The modes are OK, continue.". Do the following. ***NOTE: Where you see 2.6.10-5-686 replace it with your running kernel.

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ATI Radeon Drivers for Linux with a link to a FC2 patch Gentoo See the excellent Gentoo Radeon FAQ. Now I just get a blank screen. U.S. Doing the above will make sure no matter were it looks.

I have attached two logfiles, both with mtrr set to on but with UseInternal.... at boot, are you sure you load agpgart and intel_agp before fglrx? The packages listed there are redundant.