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SubjectRe: AMD 761 support in Linux
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On Thu, 2001-11-15 at 15:41, Jeff Weeks wrote:
> Sorry to bother you, but I noticed a message of yours on the internet which
> said, to enable AMD 761 support in Linux you should set
> "agp_try_unsupported=3D1" option... but where?
>
> There's no option for that in the kernel config, so I'm assuming it's in a
> header file somewhere, or something. I've got AGP support compiled directly
> in the kernel, so I can't specify it as a module parameter... and I'd like to
> keep it right in the kernel if possible.

Upgraded to at least 2.4.11 (2.4.14 is newest) and make sure AMD AGPGART
is enabled -- I added AMD 761 support.

You can also try this patch
http://tech9.net/rml/linux/patch-rml-2.4.10-pre9-AMD_761-AGP-2
but I would recommend going with kernel 2.4.14.

P.S. This is a mailing list

Robert Love

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