ATI drivers installed..but not??
Alright, I'm running Fedora Core 4 x86-64 and installed the ATI fgrlx drivers for my X800 pro as instruced here: (won't let me post URL's)fedorafaq.org/#radeon
My first problem was I couldnt run UT2k4 because I got this error:
I tried following the install instructions again, but yum tells me it has nothing to do.
Anyone have any ideas?
When I installed my ATI drivers, under the same enviroment, the fglrx kernel module could not install because it was looking for ioctrl32.h in the wrong place, so I copied it over to to where it was looking for it and recompiled.
So check and make sure the kernel module compiles and loads
Hopes this helps!
Failed ATI driver installations are fairly common. A simple search of the forums should some helpful results, like these:
ATI in FC 4
More ATI in FC 4 (64 bit)
Also, when installing mine, I came across a number of articles addressing issues with 64 bit processors, such as this one.
64-bit ATI successful installation
Those links ought to help. And if it takes a while to get the drivers working, don't feel bad (I took about 6 months to get it working--although I also learned everything I've learned about linux in that time and addressed sound problems and..... well you get the idea)
[EDIT]... I just realized that the second link I included is more recent than the third one, and is probably more appropriate for the drivers you're using.[/EDIT]
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