I just changed my video card for an ATI 5450, which package or server should I point to?
on 07/29/2012 – Made popular on 07/29/2012
Hello,I turned into systemd booting. For convinience I choose to lxdm to log in. But my habit was the Archlinux look and I don't know which way should start xdm with that particular look&feel.What should be the equivalent to be launch by systemctl ?
FYI. The options are 2:grub manage the bootloading, therefore you should install on /dev/sdawindows do the bootloading, so you might install on /dev/sda5 and modify windows boot.ini to show you wich partition to start from.
Try them both out. Depending on your usage xf86-video-ati should be good enough. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Catalyst willl get you set up with fglrx in no time. Just make sure to use the right aur pkg for your video card.I for one use fglrx cause my kids like their games.
It sounds like you need to rebuild the Catalyst module for your new kernel. I don't have an AMD card myself, but information should be available in the wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Catalyst
lagagnon wrote:Did you pay attention to what you have to do with a 64 bit Arch here? : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/WebcamSorry, I forgot to write that I tried also this method but nothing work
Why do you wan't to install catalyst from AMD's site? Any special reason? That is completely unadvised, once arch AUR already has it, all you need to know is in here:https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Catalyst