----- Original Message -----
From: "Doug Hicken" <DHicken@...>
To: "'TonyX'" <tonyx@...>
Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 11:22 AM
Subject: RE: [Dri-users] Using dripkg install script for Intel 830 video
> Got me. Would a default install of RedHat 9 have it installed?
Well... it should, but the best way to make sure is to use lsmod while
logged in as root to see what modules are currently loaded. If it's not
there, check your modules folder, probably located in
/lib/modules<kernel.version.#> or something similar, to see if agpgart.o is
there. If it isn't then you might need to recompile the kernel to have that
module built. If it's there and it's not loading, then add depmod agpgart to
your /etc/rc.d/rc.local file. Remember to do the same for the Intel driver
as I don't know the name for it off the top of my head...
If none of that helps... then I really don't know how to help out more... I
have a Radeon card and I just recently got it to work with accelleration
enabled, so using the Intel driver is something that I have little
experience with. lol
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