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Old 09-26-2004, 11:38 AM   #1
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Need help enabling DRI on Radeon 9000 IGP


I honestly have no idea where to beging on this. glxinfo gives me:
direct rendering: No so it is my goal to enable it. ATI doesnt seem to provide any laptop drivers, they say to check the manufacturer's website. There are no linux drivers on Toshiba's site either. I compiled the radeon drivers into the kernel and I load the dri module in my xorg.conf files but I don't get 3d acceleration.
 
  


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