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Old 08-31-2004, 07:57 AM   #1
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Xfree 4.3.0

i've been using SuSE linux 9.1 for about a day now. but i haven't been able to set up my graphics card drivers. the only drivers i have seen avaliable for the linux have xfree versions which i don't have. mine is version and ati have yet to realease drivers for this version of xfree. if anyone has seen drivers for this version of xfree then please give me the link.

i have thought of a solution that might allow me to have 3d acceleration on SuSE linux 9,1, it involves rolling back my xfree version to 4.3.0, but i haven't found a rpm of this version of xfree. if anyone knows how i might go about doing this, please let me know.

if anyone has a better solution than the one i have mentioned them please let me know.


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what card do you have?
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i have a sapphire radeon 9600 XT


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