On Tuesday 19 June 2007 02:52:55 Mark Kirkwood wrote:
> Byron Campbell wrote:
> > On Sunday 17 June 2007 10:23:19 pm Mark Kirkwood wrote:
> >> AFAICS the symbol is defined in:
> >>
> >> /usr/local/lib/xorg/modules/drivers/ati_drv.so
> >>
> >> e.g:
> >>
> >> $ nm ati_drv.so|grep ATIMemoryTypeNames_88800CX
> >> 0000b5c0 D ATIMemoryTypeNames_88800CX
> >>
> >> What does it show on your system (I'm wondering if your ati
> >> drivers have not been upgraded properly).
> >
> > Ah, good point. The output here is:
> >
> > 0000000000e940 D ATIMemoryTypeNames_88800CX
>
> Well - seems to be defined there.... hmmm. not sure why you are
> getting 'undefined symbol' in atimisc_drv.so in that case. I am
> wondering if the problem is tied up with amd64 specifically -
> hopefully someone else will have some ideas :-).
>
> In the meantime you could hack your xorg.conf to use 'vesa' driver
> and see if you can actually startup X - try adding modeline settings
> in there for your monitor if you still get 'out of range' (tho I must
> say I've *never* needed to put them in with Xorg...).
>
> Also worth trying might be borrowing a DVI cable (assuming your
> monitor has a DVI input) and seeing if X works with it connected
> instead of the VGA one.

I'm running the same board (Neo2-F) and card (9600) versions on amd64 at 
home, but with a CRT. When I get home this evening I will mail my 
xorg.conf to Byron directly to see if it helps.

Andy


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