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Old 04-13-2009, 02:07 PM   #1
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radeonfb Kernel Module


I used the command lspci -v to find out about my graphics card. I found that listed underneath my graphics card it says Kernel modules: radeonfb

When I did an lsmod to see what modules were loaded, radeonfb wasn't there.

What can I do to get this module loaded? I'm assuming its an xorg.conf issue?
 
  


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