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I just installed Gentoo..When I boot my fglrx, nforce network and audio modules weren't loaded I followed the Gentoo installation guide to a T...Anyone know how to fix this?...
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    fglrx, nvnet, and nvaudio modules don't load at boot


    I just installed Gentoo..When I boot my fglrx, nforce network and audio modules weren't loaded I followed the Gentoo installation guide to a T...Anyone know how to fix this?

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    Code:
    su -
    modprobe fglrx
    modprobe nvnet2
    modprobe nvaudio
    That should probe them (if I have the correct module names). If that does it, you can add the modules to /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6 to get them loaded at boot time.
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    I got nvnet and nvaudio working...But still no fglrx

    When I did modprove fglrx I got a message about a tainted module or somethng

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    Try re-emerging ati-drivers. Make sure that the symlink /usr/src/linux points to the correct kernel tree.
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