Here is some info I am getting: I haven’t seen one of those in about a decade. Dri is for direct rendering aka “hardware acceleration “. I’ll spend some time trawling the FAQs there and see if I get a clue. Has anyone got a P working on Xenial? The drivers available from Matrox seem to only be for very old versions of Linux I think it’s only up to kernel 2. Ubuntu is only giving me one monitor at a ’70s resolution of x
|Date Added:||7 August 2005|
|File Size:||36.61 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
I did find some deb packages for that driver but obviously couldn’t get them to install in Fedora. How To Ask Questions The Smart Way If your question has been answered, please mark your thread as [Resolved]use the flair drop-down on your submission to do so!
Firmware Package Version 2. Submit a new text post.
Maybe try something basic like lxde or openbox and see if CPU usage goes down.
NET Framework, even if version 2. Not sure what the default was for Fedora but that’s what I was running. Drivers in this section are zipped using the -RP option. Has anyone got a P working on Xenial?
All units on a given Maevex network must have the same FW installed. I’m not even sure where that xorg. In cases where “available with OS” is stated, the operating system will install a Matrox driver that will give you basic 2D and 3D functionality, where this driver is supported by Microsoft.
Beta drivers are not supported by Matrox Graphics Technical Support. Does anyone know of any that will work on newer versions?
Matrox Graphics – Support – All Latest Display Drivers
Matrox “HF” drivers have a rich interface that require Microsoft. I am getting a bunch of surplus computers that all ,inux these cards, which are quite well spec’d, that I would like to run Linux on. It looks like the package you need is “xorg-xdrv-mga” for fedora, try installing that with yum.
Mostly syntax things like assigning pointers in declarations and stuff that I can only think gcc didn’t used to complain about. Sign up using Email and Password. I have some Dell T servers which are to be used as number crunching workstations.
Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Seem to run Win7 Ultimate fine, though. All Maevex devices on a Maevex network must use the same version of the firmware package.
Matrox drivers for Linux? : linuxquestions
Any tips or pointers from others that have done similar matros succeeded would be welcome. It probably isn’t a matros specific issue, but try the lxde spins of either mint or fedora, that should at least lower CPU usage for basic GUI stuff because lxde doesn’t use hardware acceleration by default. If you are looking for the most recent drivers, please matro here. Matrox “SE” drivers have a standard interface that doesn’t require.
I’ll spend some time trawling the FAQs there and see if I get a clue. Dri is for direct rendering aka “hardware acceleration “. To pre-empt any questions about what I see at the moment – I have one test machine set up with a dual head 60 pin to twin DVI adapter, each DVI with a monitor attached.