|I don't have much faith in Fedora to be able to run ATI cards. I have Fedora on an Intel motherboard with the integrated video, and that one works 100%, with no fiddling, now having to install firmware, or do esoteric things.|
My ATI eah3450 card is accepted with Firmware (Proof is that under ubuntu it works 100%) but under Fedora, I cannot get it to work with compiz or with as many combinations of resolutions and horizontal sweep frequencies. I wish I was able to lift the video stuff from Ubuntu and install it in Fedora.
--- On Sat, 1/10/09, Ian Pilcher <arequipeno gmail com> wrote:
From: Ian Pilcher <arequipeno gmail com>
Subject: Re: best video card for fedora 10
To: fedora-list redhat com
Saturday, January 10, 2009, 3:10 AM
Kevin Kofler wrote:
> 3D acceleration is supposed to be already working, is it not?
I believe that it may work with R500 cards in Fedora 10. It looks like
I'll be stuck on Fedora 8 for the foreseeable future, so I haven't
I also suspect that a dual-head setup may disable it.
> Have you tried the regular radeon (or ati, which will just load radeon)
> driver instead of radeonhd?
Couldn't get dual-head to work with the radeon driver.
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