As in ATI Driver's Readme file had explained that the reason why there is no 3d was cause by there is no Tailored Kernel Module
available on your system at
After i read the doc. It said that i could actually manully compile a tailored kernel modules. and the major steps was
Perform the following steps:
- get the matching Linux kernel source
- run "make distclean"
- setup that kernel source with the config file matching your kernel
- run "make dep" on the kernel source tree
- go to "/lib/module/fglrx/build_mod" and enter "./make.sh"
- go to "/lib/module/fglrx" and enter "./make_install.sh"
This is what i did, under my understanding.
ATI module generator V 2.0
kernel includes at /lib/modules/2.4.20-8/build/include do not match current kernel.
they are versioned as "2.4.20-8custom"
instead of "2.4.20-8".
you might need to adjust your symlinks:
That's the end!
Actually, before i cleanup, or did make distclean & make dep. I can actually proform this task, but just doesn't get the right things though.
Before this i have no trouble running in 2d mode, but just don't want to wast my ati radeon 9600 in 2d mode!
Where is the custom version comes from?
I did compile my kernel before, but i don't know when did it add a custom kernel in my /lib/modues!
But it's not in /usr/src though!