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> Ati 9500 Driver Mandrake 9.2, help installing, kernal issue
RenEgaDe
post Dec 9 2003, 05:58 AM
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total newbie so be gentle! but i need help desperately tried searching everywhere & man am i confused blink.gif kernel
& i get this when i try to install
*** WARNING ***
Tailored kernel module for fglrx not present in your system.
You must go to /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod subdir
and execute './make.sh' to build a fully customed kernel module.
Afterwards go to /lib/modules/fglrx and run './make_install.sh'
in order to install the module into your kernel's module repository.
(see readme.txt for more details.)

As of now you can still run your XServer in 2D, but hardware acclerated
OpenGL will not work and 2D graphics will lack performance.

failed.
*** Error: no kernel module build environment - please consult readme.
Installed: qt3 (gcc 3.2) based control panel application
===
ATI display drivers successfully installed
please run 'fglrxconfig' now
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RenEgaDe
post Dec 10 2003, 03:49 AM
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ok from the readme
"Perform the following steps:
- get the matching Linux kernel source
- run "make distclean"
- setup that kernel source with the config file matching your kernel
- run "make dep" on the kernel source tree
- go to "/lib/module/fglrx/build_mod" and enter "./make.sh"
- go to "/lib/module/fglrx" and enter "./make_install.sh"

ok, its this bit thats seems to be the killer,
- setup that kernel source with the config file matching your kernel
as when i try to install i get
initializing...
Error:
kernel includes at /lib/modules/2.4.22-10mdk/build/include do not match current kernel.
they are versioned as "2.4.22-10mdkcustom"
instead of "2.4.22-10mdk".
you might need to adjust your symlinks:
- /usr/include
- /usr/src/linux

any help is greatly appreciated (gotta get away from being 0wned by micro$oft)
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