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Thread: How to install Ati-driver after kernel upgrade(2.6.30.5)?

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    Default How to install Ati-driver after kernel upgrade(2.6.30.5)?

    Hi, I have one problem, I upgraded kernel in BT4 to 2.6.30.5 and later I wanted to install ATI Driver but it doesn't work (apt-get install ati-driver) . I even try Ati catalyst 9.8 from AMD website and it also doesn't work . How to do it with this new kernel...?

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    This will tell you how to install your drivers aswell teaches you about CUDA which is very useful once you get more experienced!

    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/bac...i-guide-2.html

    Click and enjoi!


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    Did You read what I wrote?I know how to install Ati drivers, I have read this guide, but this guide doesn't say how to do that with new kernel upgrade!

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    I will create a new package for the ATI driver 9.8 for the new kernel in a few days.
    Tiocfaidh ár lá

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    Sorry, I must be going crazy haha.. Could of sworn I read you needed to learn how to install the drivers. Sorry for the inconvenience
    "If it's stupid but works, it's not stupid." - Murphy's Laws of combat, #2

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    ok, thx You guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by zWiReDz View Post
    This will tell you how to install your drivers aswell teaches you about CUDA which is very useful once you get more experienced!

    Click and enjoi!


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    ATIStream. :P That might be a little confusing for some..

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    me too...

    I'm also interested in learning how to install ATI Drivers from scratch, install ATI SDK and compile Pyrit and CPyrit-stream from scratch. I have tried this on my own, including the Ati SDK "bug fix hacks", but have not been successful with current kernel, driver and sdk versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crooks View Post
    ATIStream. :P That might be a little confusing for some..
    Bleh whateverrrr lol... My heart will always lie with Nvidia anyways
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    I hear ya. I'm stuck with an ATI on this laptop : / All my desktops are using nvidia nowadays.. Oh well.

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