ATI Grafikkartentreiber zicken unter Suse 9.1 Prof :-(

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ATI Grafikkartentreiber zicken unter Suse 9.1 Prof :-(

Beitrag von ldi » 19. Aug 2004, 21:41

Jungs und Mädel, tut mir leid, ich muss es einfach wissen.

Hab mir grad den Treiber für meine ATI Radeon 9600XT von ATI für mein Linux 9.1 Prof gezogen und "versucht" ihn zu installieren.
(ist ein RPM Paket, als Root über die Konsole)

Natürlich mit einer geilen Fehlermeldung und schon bin ich mit meinem Latein am Ende :-(


Als Voraussetzung sollte folgendes vorhanden sein :

Make sure the following software is already installed on your system:
glibc version 2.2 or 2.3
XFree86 version 4.1.0, 4.2.0, or 4.3.0
Kernel source code
Kernel header (include) files
GCC compiler
Make Utility

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Meine "geile" Fehlermeldung mit "Lösung" vom Hersteller:

The following error message may appear while trying to install:

*** Trying to install a precompiled kernel module.
*** WARNING ***
Tailored kernel module for fglrx not present in your system.
You must go to /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod subdir
and execute './make.sh' to build a fully customed kernel module.
Afterwards go to /lib/modules/fglrx and run './make_install.sh'
in order to install the module into your kernel's module repository.
(see readme.txt for more details.)

As of now you can still run your XServer in 2D, but hardware acclerated
OpenGL will not work and 2D graphics will lack performance.

failed.
*** Error: no kernel module build environment - please consult readme.

The ATI Proprietary Linux Driver requires a matching kernel build environment in order to generate the fglrx module. The kernel source directory should be prepared to match your running kernel. The kernel-source rpm or deb package is often included in Linux Distribution CDs, however it is known that certain distros do no include kernel-source on CD. Should this be the case, you may check the distro's mirror sites for the specific kernel-source rpm or deb package that matches your running kernel.

A special driver file (or "kernel module") is necessary for the ATI driver to provide hardware graphics acceleration. For this kernel module to work properly, it must be tailored to your specific system configuration.

The ATI driver package includes a few bundled versions of this kernel module to work with most systems. If your system matches one of these configurations, then a pre-packaged kernel module should be installed for you and the information below should not be necessary.

However, if your system does not match any of these configurations, then the installer will try to build a custom module for you from scratch. This process will require the following software to be installed:
Kernel source code
Kernel header (include) files
GCC compiler
Make Utility
NOTE: Kernel source code and header files must match the version of the kernel you are using.

NOTE: Your kernel may have restrictions on which compiler versions can be used. Please check your Linux documentation for more information on installing kernel source code.


Once the kernel sources have been properly installed, you should be able to manually build and install the kernel module.

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Kann mir mal jemand verraten wo man das nachgucken kann ?
Und vor allem, wie man das nachinstallieren kann !


Bitte nicht steinigen, bin noch ein Newbie !
Danke für Eure Hilfe !

Gruss Sascha


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Beitrag von Gast » 20. Aug 2004, 10:05

Ich gehe mal davon aus, dass du mit Yast umgehen kannst.

- Software installieren
- Suche nach 'kernel'
- kernel-source und kernel-sysms anklicken
- das gleiche für glibc, gcc und make machen
- (ich gehe davon aus, dass die XFree-Version installiert ist)
- Übernehmen klicken
- falls nicht mehr der original CD-Kernel installiert ist: YOU laufen lassen und Quellen damit updaten. Kernel, Header und Quellen müssen die gleiche Version haben. (uname -r / rpm -q kernel-source / rpm -q kernel-syms)

Danach:
You must go to /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod subdir
and execute './make.sh' to build a fully customed kernel module.
Afterwards go to /lib/modules/fglrx and run './make_install.sh'
in order to install the module into your kernel's module repository.
(see readme.txt for more details.)

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