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    Yes, something but what? I gave Karmik 64-bit...

    Yes, something but what?

    I gave Karmik 64-bit a try. Reformated everything to have ext4. So far, no more intermitent hang-ups, at least in gnome. Karmik is flashing fast, compared tothe previous....
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    Ubuntu or Debian, That is the question

    I've been switching from debian to ubuntu back and forth since I got the 64-bit amd with an ATI integrated HD3200 chip. The fglrx driver was causing me trouble in debian, and the open source driver...
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    LOL tball, where do you think I've been? I have...

    LOL tball, where do you think I've been? I have been wasting my time looking for solutions to solve my issues with the ati graphics card; I've spending countles hours (like other users) been reading...
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    hmmm. I'm getting tired of feeling like I'm...

    hmmm. I'm getting tired of feeling like I'm hijacked by a corporation who does not want to release the information required so open source programers can solve all these problems?

    Maybe AMD is "a...
  5. Linux pace development too fast?

    I am amazed at the frantic pace at which Linux (kernel, OS desktops, applications) is changing. We deal with constant updates, new versions, new releases, so linux really looks like a messy ...
  6. xorg-driver-fglrx uses lib32 and can't upgrade libc6 - broken package problem

    Hi,
    I have a broken package: libc6-i386.ds1-13etch5

    when I try to fix it with synaptic I get:

    Preparing to replace libc-i386 2.3.6.ds1-13etch5 (using.../libc6-i386_2.3.6.ds1-13etch7_amd64.deb)...
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    tested xorg options

    I have tested the xorg options, by commenting out all the options, and by enabling them also. To me, there are no noticeable differences. It's like the fglrx driver just ignores whatever option is in...
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    Thank you bridgman and kano for posting comments....

    Thank you bridgman and kano for posting comments. Although this goes a bit far from my limited knowledge, I do agree that kano's script modified the Device section as is shown, and it uncommented the...
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    xorg still goes crazy....by short moments

    I have reported before that in my system, the CPU was used intensively by xorg. With the ATI proprietary fglrx driver, it helped to reduce the slowliness in the applications, and eliminated dvd...
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    Solved!

    Kano. Chapeau. Thanks a lot for your script. All went perfect! I stopped breathing for a few seconds when I saw the message: building package for ubuntu-edgy (since Iam using debian-etch, I dont know...
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    Thanks for the BIOS tip, kano. Well I found the...

    Thanks for the BIOS tip, kano. Well I found the option you were talking about, bridgman: enable memory over 4GB. It was set as enable memory under 4GB. So I tested the option "enable memory over 4GB"...
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    Hey bridgman, thanks. I' running Debian Etch. I...

    Hey bridgman, thanks. I' running Debian Etch. I first built a package then installed.

    Honestly I'm surprised that you'd think it's a RAM memory issue, AFAIK, nobody has reported problems using...
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    Sorry, couldn't find anything like that in the...

    Sorry, couldn't find anything like that in the BIOS. :(

    Maybe there is something I did wrong in the xorg configuration? If I do :

    $ glxinfo |grep 'direct', I get:

    direct rendering: No...
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    Hi bridgman, I have set back the fglrx driver and...

    Hi bridgman, I have set back the fglrx driver and made a full reboot to get the xorg.0.log file: here it is. I notice some differences, as expected, but I don't understand fully what would be the...
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    Thanks bridgman, here is the Xorg.0.log output,...

    Thanks bridgman, here is the Xorg.0.log output, it seems to me that DRI is enabled though
    (this is only a small part showing some modules being loaded; if you wish, I can post the huge file also, or...
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    I know that the ati site claims the newest fglrx...

    I know that the ati site claims the newest fglrx driver (8.6) supports (probably basic support at best, not really sure) the hd3200. As I said before, I installed it and found that xorg cpu was...
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    Yes, I believe that the new 8.6 driver supports...

    Yes, I believe that the new 8.6 driver supports your hd3850, but in my experience, this driver does not provide hardware acceleration for the integrated 780G aka hd3200. I was told that the radeonhd...
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    Great, Thanks for that info pal, I earned...

    Great, Thanks for that info pal, I earned something today:)
    I'm happy to know that the radeonhd driver supports the ati 780g chipset. I will give it a try. I don't care about 3D support at this...
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    I also have the same HD3200 chipset and tested...

    I also have the same HD3200 chipset and tested the proprietary driver, so I can confirm what you said. Basically, there is no hardware acceleration support. I am using the vesa driver because it is...
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    Thanks. Do you mean that the BIOS from Gigabyte...

    Thanks. Do you mean that the BIOS from Gigabyte is limiting the function of the driver? Is there any settings that you recommend to modify in the bios?
    I also have another question: Do you know if...
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