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Sadly its only in rpm format, so i did rpm2targz, and did all the installs..but i don't know what the driver is called so i can insert it in my ...
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    ati pci express x800 se driver release


    Sadly its only in rpm format, so i did rpm2targz, and did all the installs..but i don't know what the driver is called so i can insert it in my XF86CONFIG-4 file....anyone?
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    The driver should be called "fglrx". Also you will need to do this to build the module, if you are using a 2.4.:

    cd /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod
    sh make.sh
    cd ..
    sh make_install.sh

    Also, what kernel are you using? If you are using a 2.6.x series kernel, you will need to apply a patch before you build the fglrx module.
    Download this patch and then do the following:

    cp fglrx-2.6.7.patch /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod
    patch -p1 < fglrx-2.6.7.patch
    sh make.sh
    cd ..
    sh make_install.sh

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    thanks, according to glxgears, what is a good fps?
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