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Configuring QNX 6.3.2 for a radeon driver.

PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2007 3:50 am
by scobb
I just installed the latest 6.3.2 NC onto an x86 system.

It installed fine and I'm currently using the vesa graphics driver.
I would like to set it up to use a more appropriate readeon driver.

According to the pci command:
Class = Display (VGA)
Vendor ID = 1002h, ATI Technologies Inc
Device ID = 5974h, RS482 [Radeon Xpress 200]
PCI index = 0h
PCI Mem Address = d8000000h enabled
PCI IO Address = ee00h disabled
PCI Mem Address = fdef0000h enabled
PCI Expansion ROM = 0h disabled
PCI Int Pin = INT A
Interrupt line = 11
CPU Interrupt = bh


How do I configure it to use the devg-radeon.so driver?

Oh, and crttrap yields:

io-graphics -dvesabios vid=0x1002,did=0x5974,index=0,photon,xres=1600,yres=1200,bitpp=16 -pphoton ;#1600,1200,16,100,0D,vesa - unaccelerated driver for VESA 2.00 compliant adapters

Thanks,
Steve

Re: Configuring QNX 6.3.2 for a radeon driver.

PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 2:41 pm
by Yuriy Synytskyy
Hello Steve,

As a first step it is worth checking whether Device ID = 5974h

is mentioned in QNX supported hardware database

http://www.qnx.com/developers/hardware_support/



Yuriy



"scobb" <scobb@think-ware-dot-com.no-spam.invalid> wrote in message
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I just installed the latest 6.3.2 NC onto an x86 system.

It installed fine and I'm currently using the vesa graphics driver.
I would like to set it up to use a more appropriate readeon driver.

According to the pci command:
Class = Display (VGA)
Vendor ID = 1002h, ATI Technologies Inc
Device ID = 5974h, RS482 [Radeon Xpress 200]
PCI index = 0h
PCI Mem Address = d8000000h enabled
PCI IO Address = ee00h disabled
PCI Mem Address = fdef0000h enabled
PCI Expansion ROM = 0h disabled
PCI Int Pin = INT A
Interrupt line = 11
CPU Interrupt = bh


How do I configure it to use the devg-radeon.so driver?

Oh, and crttrap yields:

io-graphics -dvesabios
vid=0x1002,did=0x5974,index=0,photon,xres=1600,yres=1200,bitpp=16
-pphoton ;#1600,1200,16,100,0D,vesa - unaccelerated driver for VESA
2.00 compliant adapters

Thanks,
Steve