Re: Radeon 9000 Pro anyone?
HI All & Peter,
Whoops, I meant to type in 9000, in a crucial sentence & did not....
Just to bee clear, I have a Power Color Radeon 9000 Pro 128 & the DRI
stuff gets it going in Tux!
Now, download & enjoy! :-)
Greek Geek :-)
Peter S Galbraith wrote:
Haralambos Geortgilakis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
some Debianista's gets it a going with the ATI drivers & some not....
Surf thru this lists archive
Didn't find anything in recent months anyway concerning the 9000.
or have a look at the forums @ ....
Personally, after much coffee, conjecture & cursing, I got my Radeon 128meg
Pro up, with drivers from....
Interesting, but they don't state that it supports the 9000 Pro (It
stops at 8500/R200). You have a 9000 Pro? This works with XFree 4.2.1?
My brother gave me a 128MB Radeon 9000 Pro for Christmas to replace my
aging 8MB Matrox G200. Does anyone here have one?
For drivers, ATI distributes a binary RPM package here:
which says: "Fixed in this driver:
* fglrxconfig program lists Radeon 9000 Pro and 9500 Pro."
Has anyone tried it? Did you simply use `alien' to convert the RPM
I hear that the card will be supported under XFree 4.3, due out soon
(except I'll have to wait for Debian packages, or figure out which
binaries to drop in place).
I also found this:
which says "The simple, 2nd solution is to fake a Radeon 8500 which is
supported and compatible with the Radeon 9000." and provides a
XF86Config file 'driver section'.
I'm reluctant to pull-out my old Matrox until I know the new card will
Thanks for any advice!