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I just installed Cedega this morning, and then I just installed my NVidia drivers for my GeForce6800 GS. However, Im not sure its all up to snuff, because its still ...
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- 01-02-2007 #1
Cedega/Nvidia card, Fedora
However, Im not sure its all up to snuff, because its still failing the OpenGL test inside of Cedega......and the autodetect for Cedega doesnt detect my video card like it did prior to installing my NVidia drivers.
Any ideas? I know the NVidia drivers at least did some sort of install, because Cedega now passes the 3D Acceleration test...
also, a little off topic....Is there really no flash mozilla plugin for Fedora 6 with AMD64 bit?
- 01-02-2007 #2
Are you absolutely sure that your 3D drivers installed correctly? Run glxgears in a terminal window and post what your FPS ratings are. Also, what version of Cedega are you using?
- 01-02-2007 #3
I have whichever is the newest Cedega off their site.
I ran GLX Gears, and laughed because thats the same thing Cedega did...except, I got
56165 frames in 5.0 seconds = 11232.974 FPS
.....Thats good right?
- 01-02-2007 #4Originally Posted by Arkhan
- 01-02-2007 #5
yeah when Cedega runs GLXGears it goes retarded and the gears look like theyre having seizures....but in a terminal it works perfectly.
- 01-03-2007 #6
*Bump* Any help anyone?? I really want to be able to play Phantasy Star Universe on Linux, ...especially since Cedega charges you 15$ to start using it...
Its somethign within Cedega for sure, because the OpenGL gear test runs smooth as ever via the terminal...
PS: I installed Direct X 9.0c on Linux, was that smart? Im pretty sure Cedega launched it when i double clicked the .exe, and it installed in the Cedega mock-windows directory....