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Old 10-02-2004, 04:35 PM   #1
BedriddenTech
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Distribution: Slackware 9.1, 10; FreeBSD 5.2.1; Fedora Core 2; SuSE 9.1
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No direct rendering after uninstalling fglrx


Hello everybody!

Some days ago I thought the new fglrx would be worth a try, so I downloaded it from atitech.com. But since I'm running X.org 6.8.1, it didnt work. Ok, no prob, I wanted to switch back to Xorg's "ati" driver - BUT: I did not have direct rendering anymore. I re-installed my backup of thos libGLs - no use. Recompiled mesa and removed the libGL libs from /usr/X11/lib - didnt work. /dev/drm/card0 is accessable, but I dont have any direct rendering - so why?! What did the fglrx driver change so that X.org isnt able to access drm anymore? Please help!

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