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  • #16
    are you sure your driver's name is ati?
    AFAIK, the name of the free driver is "radeon" and the binary-driver is named fglrx...

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    • #17
      ati is the generic name, it switches then to radeon if possible for your card, some cards require the direct use of radeon, most work with ati.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by C167 View Post
        are you sure your driver's name is ati?
        AFAIK, the name of the free driver is "radeon" and the binary-driver is named fglrx...
        Yeah, according to man it works.

        Originally posted by man ati
        ati is an Xorg wrapper driver for ATI video cards. It autodetects whether your hardware has a Radeon, Rage 128, or Mach64 or earlier class of chipset, and loads the radeon(4), r128(4), or atimisc driver as appropriate.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Kano View Post
          ati is the generic name, it switches then to radeon if possible for your card, some cards require the direct use of radeon, most work with ati.
          okay, didn't know that, sry

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