Hello, Did you received this last mail (see bottom)? I tried some other things... First I add "true" in the Option "UseFBDev" line that I forgot.Then I tried with fbdev module from xserver-xfree86 sid package (a 4.2 I think)...I saw a stable X screen dring 1 second...before X shut with error of dependency (I don't have the error log here)...
So anyway...I you don't have time to answer me, maybe you know a good web page about this problem? a tutorial...?
Thank you very much, Have a nice evening... -- IoGuiX "When willl I sleep ??" IoGuiX ''JGuillaume de Rorthais" wrote:
Michel Dänzer wrote:So I think I need the dri-Mach64-sid packages, right? This is my problem?No, this is just poor wording, it simply means 'No Mach64 detected'.Ok, ...I tried with ChipId 0x514D (from http://www.desktop-linux.net/ati.htm)...It's the chip id of a radeon 9100 they said...PS: I tried with the ChipId tips, but I got a "dancing" X unusable...:DWhat chip ID did you try? I'd try 0x4c66 (for a Mobility Radeon 9000). Also make sure that radeonfb is running in console, and that you're using Option "UseFBDev".So..I tried this evening your last advices, but without results... :'(I load radeon and radeonfb during the boot, I added Option "UseFBDev" in my conf...I tried with and without dri... I don't know what I can try...I send some files (lspci -vv, modinfo radeon & radeonfb, XFree86 -version, XFree86Config-4 and lsmod ) in attachment if it can help you (to help me pleeease :) )...Many thank.... Cheers. (if needed, I can give access to my iBook via ssh...just ask by mail ;) ) -- IoGuiX