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I'm trying to get 3D acceleration on my laptop. I am running Fedora Core 5 on a Presario 2103US which has an ATI Northbridge with a IGP320M chipset. Also an ...
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    ATI IGP320M 3D Acceleration


    I'm trying to get 3D acceleration on my laptop. I am running Fedora Core 5 on a Presario 2103US which has an ATI Northbridge with a IGP320M chipset. Also an AMD Athlon XP-M processor and 256MB RAM.

    After searching for two days I've found some information on how to get it going in XFree86 with a 2.6.0 kernel on this page http://www.consultmatt.co.uk/linux_nx9005_radeon

    Since I am using FC5 I have Xorg instead. Does anyone have any idea how to get this going in FC5 with Xorg? I'd really love to get FlightGear up and running at more than 1 frame/second.

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    What is Xorg currently running a driver for, sometimes it is easy to use the Xorg ATI driver, it gives 3d acceleration for some of the cards

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