I just tried to install openSUSE 11.1 from the x86-64 DVD.
While installation the last message I got was about two alsapackages that had to be installed after copieing of all other packages to the hd. I then went away to get some coffee^^.
After I returned my Monitor was in Standby, and after some Minutes i reseted my PC. Then I tried to boot from the SUSE DVD it has no function to resume an aborted installation, so i tried to boot the “partially” installed system. Same here, the Monitor goes to standby just after the soundcard has been activated.
I am using an ATI HD3650 AGP Graphics Card (what is quite special coz I need specialfixed drivers in WinXP for it). So my Question is, do I need special Drivers for that Card in SUSE too, if yes: where to get those and how to add them to the Installation-Manager?
thx and regards - ralf
actually this is normal, there is a odd screen that comes up when GRUB (the boot loader) is installed.
Move your mouse just in case though
If that would’ve been working I’d never wrote this Thread ^^
Well I’ll try to uninstall and install the Drivers from the shell as soon as I can and post here if it had worked.
Got it to work with standard (not fglx) drivers.
The cause was a pc switch that i use to connect 2 pc’s to my monitor/keyboard. As long as the monitor is connected directly to the GraCa everything’s just fine.
Ok, I think this is quite ridiculous.
I tried to build the ati-drivers-rpm and while installing yast cries the message that libstdc++.so.5 is missing (while it IS installed right were it belongs). After installing the libstc 32bit package (dunno why i need it coz i’m usign a 64bit environment) i could install the drivers-rpm. But…
when i try to configure sax to let x11 use the driver it detects them w/o 3d acceleration and even WHEN I try to use them that way, i cant set the resolution to another value than 1600x1200 (quite small on a 19" crt monitor with 4:3 display).
I think I will now switch back to kubuntu now, coz there the only thing to get fast kde is to download the f***ing driver and set resolution -> I rly wonder why the openSUSE Team cant make it that simple too.