Fedora 13 ATI Drivers (Mesa 3D DRI Radeon) - Comment Page: 2
I wrote "Howto Install ATI Drivers (Mesa 3D DRI Experimental) on Fedora 12 Linux" a few months ago, because there is no way to install ATI's proprietary drivers on Fedora 12. And the situation is no better either with Fedora 13. I can't understand, that why AMD can't publish new ATI graphics card drivers for new Linux kernels and X.org. For example, the nVidia Linux driver releases succeed as easily as the Windows drivers. Well, fortunately, there is a reasonably effective alternative for ATI's proprietary drivers. Simply use Fedora 13 own integrated ATI radeon drivers (3D support for R600 and R700 cards and 2D support for R800 cards). This radeon drivers has moved out of experimental...
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after installation in microsoft windows, from my computer out loud voice, and slow computer performance, but this will end if I installed ATI Radeon VGA Driver
as well as in ubuntu, not enough just install the OS only, but also need to install the VGA Diver, and they (ubuntu) already provide it in the additional driver..
System > Administration > Additional Driver
what about additional driver for VGA in Redhat OS?
this link not working on my redhat
Info my hardware,
Motherboard : GA X48 DQ6, Gigabyte
Vga : Ati Radeon HD 3650 or 36XX series
Memori : 2 Gb, Corsair
HDD : 300 Gb, WD
: 500 Gb, WD
can you help me..
thanks a lot
I uses the following command
glxinfo |grep -i “\(render\|opengl\)”
The output is
direct rendering: Yes
OpenGL vendor string: X.Org R300 Project
OpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on RV370
OpenGL version string: 2.1 Mesa 7.9
OpenGL shading language version string: 1.20
GL_NV_blend_square, GL_NV_conditional_render, GL_NV_light_max_exponent,
What does mean? should i install ATI drivers or not.I’ m using Fedora 14