On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 2:30 PM, pk <email@example.com> wrote:
> Andrey Falko wrote:
>> Try 2.6.24, I'm afraid that your video might be too new for 2.6.23.
> Well, I think you have misunderstood my question(s). I may have been unclear
> as to what I would like to achieve... My goal is to see if my MTRR settings
> are ok or not; well, even better would be if I could understand the settings
> so that I can make a judgement myself if it's ok or not.
> The video (X) works fine as it is (not counting the occasional artifact in
> 3D games).
Ahh I see. I don't know much about MTRR...all I know is that you can
adjust them via grub:
. You probably read this already:
>> Here are my comments your config:
>> -In General Setup: Try choosing SLAB allocator.
> Well, I tried to live on the "edge" a little, trying it out... ;-)
>> -Your Bus Options look good.
>> -I'm 80% sure that you are not supposed to have /dev/agpgart enabled
>> since you are using PCI-Express....I have a PCI-Express system and I
>> have it disabled. Actually, I don't have anything enabled under
>> "Graphic Support". Since you are using Radeon, I think you might need
>> to enable Direct Rendering Manager, then choose Radeon.
> I run fglrx (AMD/Atis binary blob) and the ebuild complains if I don't have
> certain options set. This may have changed but I've used the same config for
> a while now (since around 2.6.13-14) on older systems (with AGP). I'm
> planning to migrate to radeonhd (or maybe the r300) driver when it has 3D
> support and has stabilised somewhat.
Yeh, I have Nvidia cards, so I guess ATI is different.
> I think I've found some more info on what I'm after:
> (the system programming manual).
> Thanks for your time, Andrey!
> Best regards
> Peter K
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