RGB weight [ What’s new New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I had another test on a different old Dell notebook where I had the same screen issues no higher res by autodetect with Xubuntu. Last edited by WSmart; at You need to log in to change this bug’s status.

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If you find a replacement which does not eat more power than the ubunut is able to deal with you could try swapping. Post as a guest Name.

HardwareSupportComponentsVideoCardsAti – Ubuntu Wiki

There are several severe stability problems Rahe have noticed with Ubuntu Using hsync range of It only creates false hits in the search engines. It appeared to work fine for a while, and then suddenly stopped working. To add some more information about my issue this is using Hardy 8. Both computers have them.

Duplicates of this bug Bug July 10th, 8. So you really should just try Ubuntu DRI static buffer allocation failed — need at least kB video memory [ Are you new to LinuxQuestions.


So, yes, I think xti not having xorg. Might want to try a reinstall. XAA is the traditional acceleration architecture and support for it is very stable.

Linux drivers for old graphics card?

I’ve had good results with Ubuntu Mate on similar hardware. So do you reckon that the other driver is actually the best available?

If you’re interested but don’t want to spend, look on ebay for a used card. Some platforms like PowerPC have issues with those, and they aren’t necessary unless you have a real text mode in console.

Somehow there is no new Xorg. Thanks for reporting this bug and rahe supporting documentation.

ubuntu – How to install driver for ATI Rage Pro Ultra TF? – Super User

My previous experience was with Fedora Core 1 different GPU thoughwhich was a reletively involved process, zti when I tried instructions that I had found for the same drivers on Ubuntu 6.

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It is a patch to support the newer acceleration architecture in Xorg, as the older one is slated to be removed. Another option is Vesa drivers. Threepwood Senior Member Nov 15, All times are GMT I’ts not going to be my regular workhorse, I’m just going to test some LAMP stuff on it, so I might need some 48 hours to test things but I like this Ubuntu stuff more and more It’s unusual the pc would run fine one day and not the next.


Maybe all you need to do is to change the driver section from “ati” to “r”. It said that my card was not supported and I should use Yes, whatever it takes to get this fixed in Ubuntu GraphicsCard: I have exactly the same laptop and problem with my resolution.

I can confirm that adding ‘HorizSync