How to make ATI drivers work in RH9/Fedora
Posted 06 December 2003 - 05:48 AM
Hit up this site for those instructions.
Posted 06 December 2003 - 03:58 PM
If they'd searched around they'd have probably found a quicker way to get them up and running:
Yes, it's for Slackware but it should have work just as well (if not better as you avoid the need to use the godawful RPM) on Red Hat/Fedora.
And I can't help but think they're doing something wrong in the way they're using fglrxconfig as I've been using it here on Gentoo for ages and never had a single problem with the configuration files it creates.
edit: oops, I didn't realise that was actually your site, I somehow got the idea you'd just mirrored the actual info hence the wording of my posts. Sorry about that.
Posted 07 December 2003 - 12:20 AM
Believe me I spent a good solid 8 hours the other night reading about the subject and trying to find a straight forward way to make them work. I eventually ran across something on the suse message boards that said something about moving those to the head of the line in the startup. I then had to go figure out where the RH/Fedora startup file was(which wasnt tough) and add them. Turns out it worked.
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