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– How to install driver for ATI Rage Pro Ultra TF? – Ask Ubuntu
Do any of you have some ideas for what I can try next? It said that my card was not supported and I should use Post as a guest Name. Last edited by jaykup; at The settings I used were fairly generic. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?
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Bug#541630: ATI Rage 128 Pro Ultra TF doesn’t start with linux-image-2.6.30-1-686
It was just a matter of creating my own xorg. You may want to try a live image of one of those first, to see if the issues you’re wanting to fix still occur there. It is a patch to support the newer acceleration architecture in Xorg, as the older one is slated to be removed.
Hmm, unfortunately I don’t know what that “same” problem is, since I don’t know where this came from. How can I fix the blank screen or debug the blank screen?
You just WON the game! That isn’t a new or different driver than the one in Ubuntu already.
If you need to reset your password, click here. If they don’t, and a bug is not filed for your issues, it would be a good idea to report it, and it may be possible to get the fix released as an update to Some monitors may complain that the frequencies are out of range on a mode you know is good. I’ve already tried ulhra Please tell me your Monitor’s make and model, and post your xorg. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
ATI considers the Rage a legacy device, which they have no intention of supporting under Linux. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.