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TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D ATI DISPLAY DRIVER
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I was assuming too much. I'd venture to guess that Ivan's kernel is now older than the kernel that I installed with the latest daily build which for whatever reason, broke itdoes anybody have the latest Lucid kernel source compiled with the patch? Or for that matter, does anybody know where to get the latest Toshiba Satellite L505D ATI Display source for Lucid? I think I'm just going to install 32 bit, and compile on my Karmic desktop assuming they haven't changed GCC so much that it won't compile on Karmic.
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I really don't understand why the kernel that comes with it will boot, but when I compile the same source with that patch, that it fails unless the source file has changed enough to make the patch fail Of course, Lucid is pretty buggy ATM, it could be something pertaining to other problems Does anybody else have similar experiences with Lucid? Or a success story?
I had 64bit Lucid installed, and tried a compilation with the patch, but I had strange problems. I replaced the Lucid with 64bit Karmic, and am running on that now. Colin Thanks, it looks like Lucid's having problems early on, it's to be expected.
My initial trial of Lucid was very promising, I'm stoked about the work they've done on the open-source radeon driver, I'm sure it will be even better by the time it's released. It is working for me Toshiba Satellite L505D ATI Display bit Karmic, but not in bit. Colin ivanmmj February 10th, I'm running Lucid without a problem albeit, with yet another kernel that I compiled with a lot of optimizations and the BFscheduler. Smooth as can be.
Yes, you're stuck with the Toshiba supplied driver on their download page. Toshiba is, fortunately or unfortunately, very slow to update their drivers, especially if there are no known problems with the last driver. As you have found out, if you try to load drivers that have not been 'tweaked' by Toshiba to work properly with their other hardware, strange and unexpected things can Toshiba Satellite L505D ATI Display.
For more recent drivers you can try these directly from AMD. I'm running Lucid without a problem albeit, with yet another kernel that I compiled with a lot of optimizations and the BFscheduler.
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Smooth as can be. I'm going to try building a kernel with the Ubuntu kernel instead of the normal kernel and see what happens.
I may have been one of the patches that I ran on it, though Performance enhancing patches that I run on my current kernel. Audio worked fine for me on either, I'm not sure what to tell you.
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It's possible that there is a Ubuntu kernel bug not present Toshiba Satellite L505D ATI Display the vanilla kernel, I'm going to try compiling the latest mainline kernel with the patch, I'll report back my findings. I have been getting inconsistent results. Sometimes my sound doesn't work, so I restart, and then it does work.
I am trying to figure out what might be different. Colin colinwhipple February 13th, EOF in backquote substitution I assume this means the grub file is corrupted somehow, but I don't know how to fix it.
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What should I do? Never mind, I found it. The compile excluding the kernel hacking stuff seemed to go okay, but when I tried to boot into the new kernel I got the following: Was that a mistake? This driver enhances the functionality of your display device and allows you to perform different settings, such Toshiba Satellite L505D ATI Display Color Management, Monitor.
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