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Also, did anybody notice 1s screen blackout before starting and after closing Mplayer/VLC? Couldn't find info about this issue. Catalyst 10.7, Ubuntu Lucid. x64.
 
Also, did anybody notice 1s screen blackout before starting and after closing Mplayer/VLC? Couldn't find info about this issue. Catalyst 10.7, Ubuntu Lucid. x64.
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I had run "ati-config-installer(8_95).run --buildpkg Ubuntu/Lucid" and then installed the modules via dpkg -i *.deb.. I removed xorg.conf, ran aticonfig ---initial
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after a reboot i found following problems:
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''Xorg.0.log ==> (WW) fglrx(0): * kernel module (fglrx.ko) may be missing'' or incompatible *''
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and found that even so dpkg -i command had said 'Installing to /lib/modules/2.6.xx-yy-generic/update/dkms/' - there was no fglrx.ko found in that folder
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To fix this i had to redo:
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$ ''dpkg -i fglrx_8.950-0ubuntu1_i386.deb''
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$ service gdm restart

Revision as of 14:17, 28 March 2012

when going to the aticonfi I got the following : aticonfig: No supported adapters detected I have a rs960m x1200. anyone for a clue? Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid cheers


Also, did anybody notice 1s screen blackout before starting and after closing Mplayer/VLC? Couldn't find info about this issue. Catalyst 10.7, Ubuntu Lucid. x64.



I had run "ati-config-installer(8_95).run --buildpkg Ubuntu/Lucid" and then installed the modules via dpkg -i *.deb.. I removed xorg.conf, ran aticonfig ---initial

after a reboot i found following problems:

Xorg.0.log ==> (WW) fglrx(0): * kernel module (fglrx.ko) may be missing or incompatible *

and found that even so dpkg -i command had said 'Installing to /lib/modules/2.6.xx-yy-generic/update/dkms/' - there was no fglrx.ko found in that folder

To fix this i had to redo:

$ dpkg -i fglrx_8.950-0ubuntu1_i386.deb

$ service gdm restart