BigDesktop ATI AGP WITHOUT driver (just kernel mod built in)
Hey guys! Long time no post! I figured I'd aggravate you guys once more!
I read over the X11 acceleration in this forum but I'm not having issues with acceleration - running slackware 13 with built in ATI AGP stuff in kernel. Glxgears is putting out what I would expect for a 9600 pro (2500 FPS in the little window).
I haven't needed you guys for a very long time but I just formatted Ubuntu (was getting on my nerves) and installed slack 12 on my hp netbook and 13 on my old desktop without a hitch - except this
I NEED BIG DESKTOP!
I've searched, I've read, I've wondered!
What's the normal setup in xorg.conf for bigdesktop WITHOUT the ATI driver (I ran the driver after building a custom kernel and the installer crashed with "Error: ./default_policy.sh does not support version" - I think I should of renamed my kernel path and setup differently or something)?
TIA guys - you're always great!
EDIT: Is BigDesktop ONLY supported with the driver? I know now that the driver wont work for my system - How do I enable bigdesktop with the open source driver I built in? HELP!
Last edited by JUDOLIZARD; 01-23-2010 at 05:51 PM.
Reason: another question