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ATI commercial driver is included in commercial edition and in the freely downloadable Mandriva Linux One live / install CD edition. Commercial driver is not included in freely downloadable Mandriva Linux Free traditional installer edition. ATI commercial driver is available from public non-free section on official mirrors for Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring and later. ATI commercial driver is available from third-party PLF repository for all currently supported Mandriva Linux releases.
 
'''N.B.''' From 2008 Spring the driver package has been renamed, replacing "ati" with "fglrx". e.g. dkms-fglrx
 
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== Installation from RPMS built from the ATI installer (use only if you need a driver more recent than PLF backports) ==
 
First, download ati driver/installer and launch it with the parameter that ask for the RPM creation. Then install the built RPMS :
<pre>
# su
$ chmod x ati-driver-installer-X.X.X.run
$ ./ati-driver-installer-X.X.X.run --buildpkg Mandriva/2008.1
$ urpmi *fglrx*.rpm
</pre>
 
== Installation with ATI installer (not recommended: use only if you cannot use the above methods) ==
Nowadays ATI supports pretty well Linux SO. The installer has a simply-to-use graphical interface so the instalation is automatic.
 
First, download ati driver/installer and launch it:
<pre>
# chmod x ati-driver-installer-X.X.X.run
# ./ati-driver-installer-X.X.X.run
</pre>
 
Follow the instructions. After that you have to reboot the Xorg server. For that you could reboot the computer or the easiest way: Crtl+Alt+Backspace
 
<b>DKMS error during installation: </b>
 
If you have error in DKMS module installation for kernel (In console crash, in X server "DKMS installation failed. See ati-install.log for details"), probably you have not install "kernel-xxx-'''devel'''".
So you have to download it and install it. Try also "libncurses-devel"
Warning: If you do not download it, XV will not work (use "xvinfo" for check).
 
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"3D Acceleration for ATI cards (works for SuSE, Mandriva and Debian)" at
 
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http://m.domaindlx.com/LinuxHelp/ati/ati.htm (mirror)
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Latest revision as of 04:42, 13 April 2015

ATI commercial driver is included in commercial edition and in the freely downloadable Mandriva Linux One live / install CD edition. Commercial driver is not included in freely downloadable Mandriva Linux Free traditional installer edition. ATI commercial driver is available from public non-free section on official mirrors for Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring and later. ATI commercial driver is available from third-party PLF repository for all currently supported Mandriva Linux releases.

N.B. From 2008 Spring the driver package has been renamed, replacing "ati" with "fglrx". e.g. dkms-fglrx

swjuMa And how much?,

Installation from RPMS built from the ATI installer (use only if you need a driver more recent than PLF backports)

First, download ati driver/installer and launch it with the parameter that ask for the RPM creation. Then install the built RPMS :

# su
$ chmod x ati-driver-installer-X.X.X.run
$ ./ati-driver-installer-X.X.X.run --buildpkg Mandriva/2008.1
$ urpmi *fglrx*.rpm

Installation with ATI installer (not recommended: use only if you cannot use the above methods)

Nowadays ATI supports pretty well Linux SO. The installer has a simply-to-use graphical interface so the instalation is automatic.

First, download ati driver/installer and launch it:

# chmod x ati-driver-installer-X.X.X.run
# ./ati-driver-installer-X.X.X.run

Follow the instructions. After that you have to reboot the Xorg server. For that you could reboot the computer or the easiest way: Crtl+Alt+Backspace

DKMS error during installation:

If you have error in DKMS module installation for kernel (In console crash, in X server "DKMS installation failed. See ati-install.log for details"), probably you have not install "kernel-xxx-devel". So you have to download it and install it. Try also "libncurses-devel" Warning: If you do not download it, XV will not work (use "xvinfo" for check).



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