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i have been trying to get my video card 3d drivers working and i noticed an error at boot up but could never find it i did however found where ...
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- 08-05-2005 #1
Video Card Problem
agpgart: unable to determine aperture size.
i have a MSI KT6V with a Via KT600 chipset and an ATI 9000 Pro
- 08-07-2005 #2
- 08-08-2005 #3
Did you compile your kernel yourself or are you using the default 2.4.29 kernel? It sounds like your kernel isn't configured for the VIA chip.
- 08-08-2005 #4
- 08-08-2005 #5
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- Apr 2005
Have you configured X? AFAIK aperture size is set in the bios... But I could be wrong . Anyway, if you've configured X, you should've set the amount of memory your graphics card has.** Registered Linux User # 393717 and proud of it ** Check out www.zenwalk.org
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- 08-08-2005 #6
i know apeture size is set in the bios because i set it when i was working on performance tuning my vid card. but configuring X really doesnt come into play with the AGPGart not starting which i have read is due to KT600 chipset however i havent well until this thread why that was.
- 08-11-2005 #7
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- 08-15-2005 #9
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- Oct 2004
This ati product is fairly well supported by the DRI drivers.
How to install DRI:
**Compile kernel with:
Loadable Modules support
>*Enable Module Loading
-->*Enable Module unloading
----->*Via (if available)???
-->*Direct Rendering Manager
-->*ATi Radeon (NEW) (don't check the old driver.... you won't need it)
**Compile [CVS] Mesa... freedesktop.org, mesa3d.sf.net
**Compile [CVS] Xorg... freedesktop.org, x.org
.... follow along with all the options
In Modules section add
Here is how a device section should look:
# Insert Clocks lines here if appropriate
Add the following section at the end:
startx and you should be ready.