El lun, 23-06-2008 a las 08:04 +0200, Jonathan Kaye escribió: > Gabriel Parrondo wrote: > > > El sáb, 21-06-2008 a las 11:18 +0200, Jonathan Kaye escribió: > >> Gabriel Parrondo wrote: > >> > >> > El vie, 20-06-2008 a las 19:29 +0200, Jonathan Kaye escribió: > >> >> It installed with no problem and after rebooting (yes, I have to do > >> >> this; starting and stopping the the Xserver doesn't get the new driver > >> >> working correctly) > >> > > >> > About this, have you ever tried this?: > >> > 1- Stop the X server; > >> > 2- 'rmmod fglrx'; > >> > 4- Re-start X server > >> > > >> > [...] > >> >> > >> Hi Gabriel, > >> That's a cool suggestion. I'll try it the next time I upgrade. Thanks for > >> the tip. You might try using the debs created directly from the > >> ATI-installer from the ATI website. Maybe you'll have better luck. Those > >> are the ones I always use and they haven't failed me yet. > > > > Ok, so I went to the amd page and downloaded the installer from them. > > As normal user i run: > > $ ./ati-driver-installer-8-6-x86.x86_64.run --buildpkg Debian/lenny > > > > And it yields: > > ---- > > Generating package: Debian/lenny > > Package build failed! > > Package build utility output: > > dpkg-buildpackage: set CFLAGS to default value: -g -O2 > > dpkg-buildpackage: set CPPFLAGS to default value: > > dpkg-buildpackage: set LDFLAGS to default value: > > dpkg-buildpackage: set FFLAGS to default value: -g -O2 > > dpkg-buildpackage: set CXXFLAGS to default value: -g -O2 > > dpkg-buildpackage: source package fglrx-installer > > dpkg-buildpackage: source version 8.501-1 > > dpkg-buildpackage: source changed by ATI Technologies Inc. > > <http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html> > > debian/rules build > > dpkg-buildpackage: host architecture i386 > > Can't exec "debian/rules": Permission denied > > at /usr/bin/dpkg-buildpackage line 475. > > dpkg-buildpackage: failure: debian/rules build failed with unknown exit > > code -1 > > Removing temporary directory: fglrx-install.oN9030 > > ---- > > > > Also tried as root with no luck (same error). > > > > I googled around a bit and all I could find was people with the > > "Permission denied" error because they forgot to give 755 permissions to > > the installer. > > > > > Hi Gabriel, > You have to run that command as root or use sudo. Sorry, I should have > mentioned that. I just solved this, the problem is I had /tmp mounted as noexec. -- Gabriel Parrondo GNU/Linux User #404138 GnuPG Public Key ID: BED7BF43 JID: firstname.lastname@example.org "The only difference between theory and practice is that, in theory, there's no difference between theory and practice."
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