[mythtv-users] Re: xorg.conf file for fedora, x86_64
liquidgecka at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 23:52:42 EST 2005
all I was really looking for was a simple "default nvidia" xorg.conf
file. None seemed to work for me. Like I said before, I would get
either "no GLX" or "bitmap/pcidata not found" errors.
I was able to resolve my problems by:
reinstalling Xorg-X11. For some reason the initial install didn't
actually create pcidata.a and bitmap.a. Then I used the config that
Joe sent (Thanks Joe!) after modifying .../lib/ to .../lib64/ in the
It seems easy but trust me.. it was very frustrating and I still don't
know why those two files where not installed with a simple yum install
Anyways.. thanks for the great RPM's Axel! I was able to get the
system installed and running Fedora based mythtv in about 6 hours.
Thank heavens too! I left the next morning and won't be back for a
month! Now I get to go back and watch all the cool programs that I
can't get here =) Well.. assuming the dang box doesn't die again
(Third rebuild in as many months)
On 11/27/05, Axel Thimm <Axel.Thimm at atrpms.net> wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 26, 2005 at 08:57:17PM -0800, Brady wrote:
> > Is there anywhere that I can download a WORKING xorg.conf file for
> > Fedora Core 4, x86_64?
> > It seems that all the examples out there fubar xorg on my system. It
> > ends up failing to find modules like bitmap and pcidata. When I start
> > using configs for x86_64 I get "failed to load GLX" no matter what I
> > do.
> That's highly dependend on your graphics card and monitor, not that
> much on FC4 or AMD64.
> So whether an FC4/x86_64 xorg.conf will fit your needs depends on
> whether the example was using the same or a similar set of hardware.
> Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net
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