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* Moderator Edit: this post broken off an old thread to start new thread... Originally Posted by BassekeNL To use the M1 mobility (which uses the mach64 chipset as noted), ...
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    Drivers: mobility M1 chip and Xubuntu


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    Quote Originally Posted by BassekeNL View Post
    To use the M1 mobility (which uses the mach64 chipset as noted), use the ati.2 driver from the gatos project: ati.2
    Could someone tell me if these drivers will still work with the mobility M1 chip and with Xubuntu? I have a Fujitsu Lifebook P2110 which I really like and would like to keep using for another few years but every version of linux that I have installed has been very slow (Ubuntu,Kubuntu,Xubunt,Vector, and Puppy). I mainly use the laptop for web surfing.

    thanks,
    Hugh
    Last edited by oz; 01-11-2008 at 02:45 AM. Reason: start new thread

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