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The islands of Greece offer mayird tourist attractions that appeal the travelers from across the planet, especially during summers. Rhodes being one of the most popular tourist attractions of Greece welcomes its visitors with lusty and sexy beaches, beaches that are of international repute. The summer sun and the golden sand of these beaches work as a nice blend of natural beauties and work as a magnet for the travel-freaks. Top beaches in Rhodes are although stay crowded throughout the year. Most of the Rhodes beach hotels stay full booked during June and October. Rhodes offers a wide assortment of spellbinding beaches. The sandy coastline is appealing enough for those who love to play in the sun with the abundant sea kissing their feet every now and then. These beaches of Rhodes are studded with bars, taverns and hotels so accommodation comes easy for Rhodes visitors. Water sports are also largely played on these beaches. Some of the top Rhodes beaches are as follows. The Kalathos Beach is located 50 kilometers south-west from Rhodes city central. The beach in daytime looks mesmerizingly golden and the crystalline sea water splashes on the lusty beach with enough valor and thrust. You can take bamboo umbrellas and wooden sun beds for rent. The Kallithea BeachThe Kallithea is considered as one of the top beaches in Rhodes which is located 10 kilometers south-east from the city of Rhodes. Hot springs are the prime points of attraction for the visitors of this beach. With pine and palm trees rowed around the coastline and the golden sand rightly contrasted by the bluish green colored water have been attracting minds since centuries. The beach is undoubtedly one of the   Faliraki Beach is located to the north-east of the city of Rhodes. The beach is just a few kilometers away from the city central and the coastline of the beach is bejeweled with elegantly golden sand and greenish blue seawater. The water is absolutely crystallite so you can take a easy look through. The 4 kilometer spanned wide beach is studded with some of the best restaurants, pubs and bars of Rhodes and provides ample opportunities for both water sports and beach sports lovers.The Monolithos beach is known for its serenity and tranquility. Those who have enjoyed life to the fullest and want to spend a few peaceful days in this blessed city of Rhodes, can easily head towards Rhodes straight away from the Diagoras as it's not so far from the international airfield. The beach has a distinctive look with the white sand reflecting the sunrays and in night, turning to an enchanted slice of land. It's also attributed with a swarm of Rhodes beach hotelsFor more detail about Rhodes greece visit :
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Wiki users should link their contributed pages here for others to find. Create new categories as necessary if there isn't an appropriate existing one.
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==Manpages==
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There is a project writing manpages to document the driver-part and the applications of the proprietary ATI driver for the Debian distribution. The manpages can be installed on every system. Because driver options heavily lack documentation, any help is appreciated to complete these manpages. The sources can be found [http://cvs.wgdd.de/cgi-bin/cvsweb/fglrx_man/ here].
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==X.org Support==
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* X.org 6.8, 6.9, 7.0, and 7.1 are supported by the latest fglrx driver.
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* [[xorg7|X.org 7.0 page]]
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==XGL==
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* [[Xgl]]: A brief rundown on what it brings to the table, plus a How-To on how to get XGL and Beryl up and running on your Ubuntu installation. (Note that XGL is deprecated and was removed from X.org 12 June 2008)
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==Benchmarks==
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* [[Glxgears is not a Benchmark|glxgears is not a benchmark]]. Neither is fgl_glxgears!
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==DesktopSetup trouble==
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If you are using the latest (at the time of this writing 8.20.8) drivers with a DesktopSetup and you are wondering why both monitors (eg. the RGB and DVI output) are both displaying the left side of the bigscreen, try the following option (which is AFAIK not documented anywhere, I guessed it):
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Option "ForceMonitors" "nocv"
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nocv stands for No Composite Video and resulted in a succesful bigscreen setup with my ATI X300 at a debian amd64 unstable system (after many hours). Options like
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Option "ForceMonitors" "crt1,tmds1"
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And many other combinations of crt1, crt2, tmds1, tmds2 and notv don't seem to have any result!
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(This piece of documentation was contributed by Ron Rademaker: ron@ttvavanti.nl)
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==Related Software==
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* How to install and use [[Suspend2]] with fglrx.
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* [http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-343029.html rovclock] - an under/overclocking utility. YMMV.
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==Power saving features==
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fglrx driver makes cards hotter and use more power than the radeonhd, vesa or the Windows driver.
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For description and a workaround please see this [http://vrodic.blogspot.com/2007/11/for-fglrx-using-people-having-idle.html blog post].
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==Video Overlay on AVIVO cards==
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I've just set up a MythTV box on Ubuntu 8, with a HD 2600 pro graphics card, and my video was very choppy until I noticed the following line in the Xorg.log:
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(WW) fglrx(0): Video Overlay not supported on AVIVO based graphics cards. For XVideo support use Option "TexturedVideo".
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Adding:
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Option      "TexturedVideo" "true"
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to the Device section seems to have fixed it.
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==AGP Card Lockups==
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If your computer locks up when you try to load X, and you have an AGP card, you should check the AGP aperture setting in your BIOS.  I read someone had to decrease theirs and I had to increase mine.

Revision as of 09:04, 10 December 2012

Wiki users should link their contributed pages here for others to find. Create new categories as necessary if there isn't an appropriate existing one.

Contents

Manpages

There is a project writing manpages to document the driver-part and the applications of the proprietary ATI driver for the Debian distribution. The manpages can be installed on every system. Because driver options heavily lack documentation, any help is appreciated to complete these manpages. The sources can be found here.

X.org Support

  • X.org 6.8, 6.9, 7.0, and 7.1 are supported by the latest fglrx driver.
  • X.org 7.0 page

XGL

  • Xgl: A brief rundown on what it brings to the table, plus a How-To on how to get XGL and Beryl up and running on your Ubuntu installation. (Note that XGL is deprecated and was removed from X.org 12 June 2008)

Benchmarks

DesktopSetup trouble

If you are using the latest (at the time of this writing 8.20.8) drivers with a DesktopSetup and you are wondering why both monitors (eg. the RGB and DVI output) are both displaying the left side of the bigscreen, try the following option (which is AFAIK not documented anywhere, I guessed it):

Option "ForceMonitors" "nocv"

nocv stands for No Composite Video and resulted in a succesful bigscreen setup with my ATI X300 at a debian amd64 unstable system (after many hours). Options like

Option "ForceMonitors" "crt1,tmds1"

And many other combinations of crt1, crt2, tmds1, tmds2 and notv don't seem to have any result!

(This piece of documentation was contributed by Ron Rademaker: ron@ttvavanti.nl)

Related Software

  • How to install and use Suspend2 with fglrx.
  • rovclock - an under/overclocking utility. YMMV.

Power saving features

fglrx driver makes cards hotter and use more power than the radeonhd, vesa or the Windows driver. For description and a workaround please see this blog post.

Video Overlay on AVIVO cards

I've just set up a MythTV box on Ubuntu 8, with a HD 2600 pro graphics card, and my video was very choppy until I noticed the following line in the Xorg.log:

(WW) fglrx(0): Video Overlay not supported on AVIVO based graphics cards. For XVideo support use Option "TexturedVideo".

Adding:

Option      "TexturedVideo" "true"

to the Device section seems to have fixed it.

AGP Card Lockups

If your computer locks up when you try to load X, and you have an AGP card, you should check the AGP aperture setting in your BIOS. I read someone had to decrease theirs and I had to increase mine.