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- Sep 2004
Is there anyhting else i can do?
the current ati drivers are only for Xfree3.x and there are currently none for Xfree4.x making that most likly your problem. I hear that people have created workarounds to this, but I cannot offer much more untill ATI gets there act together and releases new drivers.
09-13-2004 #3Originally Posted by qub333
Once you install the ati-drivers, you have to modprobe fglrx. Then you can run fglrxconfig to create a new XF86Config-4 for you (be sure to back up your old one in /etc/X11 before you overwrite it). Change any settings that you had edited in your old XF86Config in the new one (basically do a manual merge of the two files) and start up X. All should be working well."Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
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