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works requires patch (already included in my packages) 4KSTACKS 2.6.6 works 1GLOWMEM CK patch works Con Kolivas' 1g_lowmem_i386 patch Unless otherwise noted, the driver is known to work with any Source. modprobe -r radeon 8. it could come down to one oddly placed file or missing this or that. http://jcibook.net/debian-jessie/debian-etch-ati-driver.html

Also note that fglrxconfig will overwrite your existing X server configuration file! However, when I try Quote: dpkg -i fglrx-amdcccle_8.522-1_i386.deb it said the fglrx-driver needs to be configured first. Versions 3.2.5 and later officially support the Radeon products again. debian/control: moved kernel-package from Depends to Recommends in fglrx-kernel-src (it does not require it, even documented in README.Debian) and added module-assistant as alternative. https://wiki.debian.org/ATIProprietary

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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 If you configured your /etc/apt/sources.list with one of my prebuilt package repositories, install the packages with apt, aptitude, dselect or similar tools. Done!

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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. Password Debian This forum is for the discussion of Debian Linux. The Debian Installer picks up the X550 as a X600. Firmware-linux-nonfree Also, I changed settings in my xorg.conf file as you've shown here.

Translating this page Several users are translating this page into various languages. Debian Jessie Fglrx kernel_image $ make-kpkg clean $ make-kpkg ...options... AMD64 notes lib or lib64? http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/debian-26/best-way-to-install-ati-driver-on-debian-etch-441423/ For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

The "ATI Catalystâ„¢ Display Driver" released in March 26 2009 do not need to kernel sources be downloaded. Debian Stretch Fglrx First, running the ATI installer ati-driver-installer-8-8-x86.x86_64.run I got four .deb packages: fglrx-driver_8.522-1_i386.deb fglrx-driver-dev_8.522-1_i386.deb fglrx-kernel-src_8.522-1_i386.deb fglrx-amdcccle_8.522-1_i386.deb No Quote: fglrx-control-qt3_8.24.8-1_i386.deb fglrx-sources_8.24.8-1_i386.deb I found that the fglrx-amdcccle contains a folder named "control" so, I This has no consequences until the fglrx driver is installed, but if you remove it in the future, you'll need to reinstall xlibmesa-gl. [amd64] AMD64 RPMs are in a different directory. Note that this could be specific to XFree86 4.3: it worked correctly the last time I played it with 4.2.1.

Debian Jessie Fglrx

Choosing Basic system. Refer to 2.1. Debian Radeon Driver 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... Debian Amdgpu If you need to reset your password, click here.

I opted for using the ATI driver, I don't know if that was a right decision. Check This Out Gary Dale on August 18, 2009 at 1:55 am said: Went back to the vesa driver. If you never tried to build a Debian package from source, learn how to do that before you come back here. Configure X The driver package provides an automatic configuration tool called fglrxconfig. Xserver-xorg-video-radeon

debian/rules: remove no-longer-used $(README) target. Bugs/workarounds  Overriding ChipID  AMD64 notes 7. Could I just simply alien the RPM from ATI's website, and install it, and have working 3D acceleration? Source Sections About Author Contact Debian Hosting Popular Posts Privacy Policy Sitemap Debian Admin Debian/Ubuntu Linux System Administration Tutorials,Howtos,Tips Categories Backup Database Free-Tools General Monitoring Network Other Linux Package-Mgmt Security Webserver How

Starting with version 3.7.6-5, I have applied this patch for the fglrx kernel module that should fix this problem. Fglrx-driver Building a specific driver version If you want to build a specific driver version, use the following command: PVERSION=8.14.13 dpkg-buildpackage -b -rfakeroot -tc -uc -D The following driver versions are supported: Apr 18, 2006 These packages are hopelessly out of date and I don't think I'll have time to update them in the near future, because I believe it's more useful to

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For example, unresolved symbols containing "mtrr" are obviously caused by a missing CONFIG_MTRR=yes. cd /usr/src/modules/fglrx ./make.sh Provided that the module was compiled without error, become root and install it: mkdir /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/misc cp fglrx.ko /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/misc/ depmod -ae 4.1d Build with the kernel's makefile Source from CVS If you are interested in the latest, greatest and probably broken package source, you can get it from my CVS repository here: $ cvs -d:pserver:[email protected]:/home/cvs/fglrx login CVS password: Amd Catalyst Debian Jessie CONFIG_TMPFS=y ATI says POSIX shared memory is required!

He says that "this problem at 1600x1200 is a known issue due to approaching the video bandwidth limit of the hardware", because "the TMDS standard for DVI is fixed at 165 A. Fixed packages have now been uploaded. have a peek here Cleans up old binary driver stuff, updates xorg.conf with new driver information, and cleans nvidia and fgrlx stuff out of xorg.conf -N Force install of specific xorg driver.

noxious View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by noxious 09-19-2008, 05:02 AM #10 TristanDee Member Registered: Nov 2007 Location: Dhaka, I do not have the full source code for the driver, I'm just unpacking the packages available from the ATI website and repacking them as Debian packages. cd /usr/src/kernel-source-2.x.y make SUBDIRS=/usr/src/modules/fglrx modules (replace /usr/src/kernel-source-2.x.y with the path to your kernel sources) Provided that the module was compiled without error, become root and install it as shown in the Flavio Stanchina — Sat, 22 Oct 2005 16:05:04 +0200 fglrx-installer (8.16.20-1) experimental; urgency=low New upstream version.

debian/rules: run dh_strip to remove unneeded debug information. The scripts will detect which version of the X server is currently installed on your machine and download the matching driver package. And that was it..... 3D acceleration now works [email protected]:~$ fglrxinfo display: :0.0 screen: 0 OpenGL vendor string: ATI Technologies Inc. Requirements 3a.

Info extracted from: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/linux/Legacy/Pages/radeon_linux.aspx?type=2.7&product=2.7.4.3.3.3.1&lang=English Hope this helps. I think DGA implementation is still a bit buggy :) Therefore, I suggest to disable the DGA extension in your X server configuration (see above). * Last tested with driver version The Wolfenstein derivatives are also quite good. Patches 07-include_pagemap, 08-firegl_pci_find_class included upstream.

Many thanks to dcarvil at forums.debian.net whose post helped me figure out step #7.