I noticed in the install manual for the ATI drivers it says
In order to use the fglrx internal AGP support, you have to make sure that the kernel agpgart support is not active, i.e. it is not compiled into the kernel and the kernel modules are not loaded. If the fglrx kernel module detects that the kernel agpgart support is active, it will automatically use that even if its internal AGP support is requested in order to avoid conflicts that can cause problems under some circumstances.
Does this mean I have to recompile the kernel again and remove this entire tree:
/dev/agpgart (AGP SUPPORT) enabled
ATI CHIPSET enabled
INTEL 440LX/ BX / GX / I8xx (i810) enabled
I assume I want fglrx internal AGP support?
If so, any idea if I should remove the Direct Rendering Manager from the kernel as well?