Re: Question : grub commands
Am Dienstag, 15. August 2006 21:57 schrieb Matteo Vescovi:
> Hi Hans,
> On 08/15/2006 02:38 PM, Hans wrote:
> > It seems, that in last kernel 2.6.17 this problem is solved. I read the
> > documentation of the kernel, and (as you wrote), these timers just
> > misbehave if you have a chipset of ATI. This is the case on my notebook:
> > ATI chipset !
> Hey, since you're new to the solution of the double timing, probably you
> don't even know anything about the more problematic ACPI bug with the
> ATI Xpress 200M chipset.
> If you want to preserve your Turion64, pay a visit to:
> > Well, without this kernel-command it is running fine with the newest
> > kernel. So there are no problems any more. I additionally did hope, that
> > this could be the reason, why my 3D-accelertion with the "fglrx"-river is
> > still slow. All 3D-functions are o.k., I get the box with the rotating
> > wheels when starting "fgl_glxgears", but they are rather slow. About 50
> > FPS, that is speed as mesa-glx shows ! Should be 600 FPS, that would be
> > o.k. "fglrxinfo" shows the correct driver-version, and "glxinfo |grep
> > direct" shows "direct rendering: Yes"
> > So verything seems t be o.k. with the software, and my idea was,
> > something else, but not the driver is braking my system.
> > You can believe me: I checked really everything, and do not know, where
> > to look now.
> > Additonally I tested every xorg.conf I found in the web and checked a
> > whole bunch of settings. Sadly no success ! ATI really sux ! (This
> > notebook I got as new of a guarantee as exchanged, I had Nvidia-card on
> > the other noteook).
> > And I have never heard of someone who got 3d-acceleration really fast
> > running with a pure 64-bit-system with ATI......
> Here fglrx 8.27.10 is working fine... about 480 fps, not 600 but that's
> not bad.
> Your situation sounds strange.
I one time got 600FPS (ATI radeon X700), but after a restart of x-server, I
got 50 FPS again. So I think, something does prevent the speed.
Could you send me your /etx/X11/xorg.conf ?
This way I would be able to look at the difference to mine.
> > Thats a little bit information about the background, maybe other people
> > this could help, too
> > Thanks for all your help !
> > best regards
> > Hans
> Matteo Vescovi
> System Administrator
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