Re: DRI/AGP on AMD64 based machine
From: Dave Jones
Date: Wed Jun 13 2007 - 12:29:42 EST
On Wed, Jun 13, 2007 at 09:02:15AM +0100, Alex Bennee wrote:
> For a while now I've been meaning to get DRI running with my rv350
> graphics card on my AMD64 machine. However I don't seem to be able to
> get the right config-fu in the kernel to enable all the components.
> For my sins I've been following the Gentoo Howto Wiki
> A lot of the AGP stuff in the Kernel seems to be locked to 32 bit
> kernels. The instructions seem to imply there is an am64-agp module
> (which looks as though it builds in the tree but doesn't install) and
> possibly an nvidea-agp module. I'm a little confused as I have both AMD
> and NVidia chipsets on my machine:
For the sake of AGP, we only use the on-CPU GART.
The (nvidia) chipset one is ignored.
If amd64-agp isn't working for you, attach your dmesg.
(You can also confirm its working by running testgart)
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