To verify the success of the package creation check the "/usr/share/ati/fglrx-install.log" file for errors that may have occurred during the package creation. Loading... Since you've got DRI working, get beryl working, and rejoice. Interested? http://directoryhint.com/install-ati/install-ati-drivers-suse-12-1.php
Visit the following links: Site Howto | Site FAQ | Sitemap | Register Now If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. After the package installation was complete, I started YaST Software Management again to inspect the file lists of the new packages. I already had the kernel-source package installed via yast. Which one is the more powerful engine?
If I can compare like with like, then that, to me, is a benchmark. Examples: Install Log Click to view. (0 votes, average: 0.00 out of 5)You need to be a registered member to rate this post. Click the Continue button and wait for it to generate and save your custom package. Unfortunately this is not a good test of the performance of the engine.
Reason: update aga View Public Profile Find More Posts by aga aga's System Specs Mar 30, 2007, 11:20 AM #28 aga Newbie Join Date: Apr 2005 Posts: 22 Hi dkasak Thanks for the reply. That is the package you will now use to install the driver. I have also tried to use the last driver from ati, but it doesn't work.
User Name Remember Me? Hopefully. daPhoenix View Public Profile Find More Posts by daPhoenix daPhoenix's System Specs CPU2x Intel [emailprotected] GraphicsAsus GTX770-DC2OC Memory24GB Display2x 30" Samsung 305T+ Hard-Drives2xIntel 520 240GB+3x2TB Seagate Constellation CaseMac Pro Input DevicesApple https://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/feature/19296.html In my case I reached close to 3000 FPS! :) Another test is the OpenGL screensaver called "GLMatrix" by Jamie Zawinski.
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All I did was grab the binary installation package from ATI and build the SUSE rpm package. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/suse-opensuse-60/how-to-install-ati-drivers-on-suse-10-2-without-graphical-interface-515310/ In my case I reached close to 3000 FPS! 🙂 Another test is the OpenGL screensaver called "GLMatrix" by Jamie Zawinski. that's a zero after the "-m") sax2 -r -m 0=fglrx Make any required changes (see the "Installation Procedure" section above for more detail) and save and exit SaX2. If I know what a given driver gave me previously, and I know it now is lower, then, I need to investigate.
Does this sound familiar to anyone, please? his comment is here Be sure to grab the full "ATI Driver Installer" version. Same or different?amitkulk on Upgrading your running on demand instances in the Public CloudKnurpht on Open-source and water. The install itself was error-plagued and the X server was flakey afterwards.
It does not need to be an absolute, just a comparison. Now I've got the SaX2 GUI and the Monitor tab's Activate 3D acceleration option is active. Allan aga View Public Profile Find More Posts by aga aga's System Specs Mar 24, 2007, 12:32 PM #21 aga Newbie Join Date: Apr 2005 Posts: 22 Hi http://directoryhint.com/install-ati/install-ati-drivers-suse.php Find More Posts by dkasak dkasak's System Specs Mar 26, 2007, 07:52 PM #24 aga Newbie Join Date: Apr 2005 Posts: 22 Right then.
None of the OpenGL screensavers work; I think they are the source of most of the kernel mutex errors. Firstly, Suse 10.2 file locations don't tally with the DRI howto, but hopefully I've adjusted correctly. Categories Alliance Partners (277) Announcements (117) Appliances (46) Benelux (7) Chameleon (18) Channel Partner (9) Cloud Computing (233) Cloud Solutions (37) Containers (23) Containers as a Service (19) Czech Republic (4)
Just aborted on me! The only thing missing now are some little pieces and an official announcement __________________ *Microsoft, developing tools for the clueless masses so that they may maintain that delightful state of cluelessness. Some other chips are very easy to detect, like Intel ones, there you can find all with one generic matching... But it seems nvidia itself works on the 2d driver to fix that issue. [PS: I worte serveral HW detections, incl.
thanks a lot franciscofjsc View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by franciscofjsc 03-03-2007, 12:31 PM #4 mwhincup LQ Newbie resolution, colours, etc.) and click the "OK" button. So, I can't add mtrr no? navigate here Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.
I put nomtrr in grub, but that made no difference to dmesg. And the ones that do support your card (i.e. <= 8.28) don't work with Xorg 7.2, so you're screwed either way Any particular reason you don't want to use the free Execute the following commands as 'root': cd /usr/src/linux make mrproper make cloneconfig make modules_prepare make clean That should about do it. Now edited to ati, with still radeon detected.
Last edited by KanoTheMaster : Mar 21, 2007 at 01:30 PM. Maybe if ATI's driver had supported this card ( which it never did, by the way ), it would have given better performance. Now let's clean up the kernel modules. From among all of the different ways described on the web, I've selected "The Easy Way" from the openSUSE ATI documentation, which uses rpm packages supplied & maintained by ATI (AMD).
Reboot the computer by executing a "init 6". On Gentoo, I do 'eselect opengl set xorg-x11', and this moves ATI's libraries out of the way, and moves the xorg ones in. Has been behaving much better for quite a while though. NOTE: For me, sometimes the screen will turn to a grey or off-white colour when exiting SaX2.
I understand but don't totally agree with you here. vmelkon View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by vmelkon 03-01-2007, 09:34 PM #3 franciscofjsc LQ Newbie Registered: Mar 2007 Posts: