Although I can´t help you with these problems, I would like to ask you
one question. Why have you put the pci busmanager _after_ the ide driver
in your grub configuration? Have there been any problems? I just ask
because putting the busmanager after the ide driver means that dma
transfers will be disabled, which causes a huge slowdown.
Adam K Kirchhoff wrote:
>Alright, so I've also tried with a 9800 and a 9200SE, While it works fine
>with the 9200SE and the 8500, it has serious issues with the 9800.
>The appserver starts giving off Flush Timeout errors in regards to the
>There is, actually, another problem with all three cards, unfortunately...
>I can't reboot nicely. You can see towards the bottom of that log file
>that there is some sort of panic. If I can access the kernel debugger
>through the serial port, I am able to reset the machine.
>PS. It doesn't seem to have any different issues with the flat panel.
>On Sun, 22 Feb 2004, Adam K Kirchhoff wrote:
>>Works here :-)
>>Radeon 8500, with two CRTs hooked up to it. I'm gonna swap out one of the
>>CRTs for a flat panel (analog, plugged in to the DVI port with an adapter)
>>later this evening, just to see if that works.
>>Other than the small flicker, I certainly have no complaints :-) It's
>>great to actually move a window around, and not have to cringe :-)
>>On Sun, 22 Feb 2004, Michael Krueger wrote:
>>>I have finished a rough port of the ATi Radeon Linux 2.6 framebuffer
>>>driver v0.2.0. It *should* support all chips up to 9800/Pro/XT and
>>>features native mode setting, 2D acceleration, hardware cursor and YUV422
>>>video overlay support. This port takes many ideas from Arno Klenke's
>>>Mach64 driver port (Thank you, Arno!).
>>>For brave testers, download both driver parts from
>>>http://www.invenies.de/syllable/radeon-appserver-0.1pre1.tar.gz . To
>>>install the binaries (old GCC 2.95), unpack it and execute "make
>>>install". The appserver driver source can be compiled in conjunction with
>>>the Syllable source by unpacking the package into the
>>>WARNING: I have developed and tested this only on the quite old Radeon
>>>7000/VE with a TFT monitor and I don't know if 8500 and above is working,
>>>if this driver will toast your CRT, and the code for Mobility chips is
>>>also untested. If it crashes your system on boot please use the install
>>>CDROM to remove /atheos/sys/drivers/appserver/video/radeon (I don't know
>>>how often I had to do this ...)!
>>>Things still to be done:
>>>* config file support
>>>* port DVI/DDC/I2C support
>>>* DrawLine acceleration
>>>* the small flicker problem
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