New compaq, new radeon id
jkim at FreeBSD.org
Thu Jul 21 00:05:00 GMT 2005
On Tuesday 19 July 2005 06:03 am, Pete Carah wrote:
> I have a new compaq (AMD64 Turion) with what is supposedly a mobile
> radeon 9200. It isn't recognized anywhere (agp, drm, x-server)
> and has an id of 1002 5955.
It seems to be Radeon® Xpress 200M:
It is not Mobility Radeon® 9200 (RV280). I heard it's based on X300
(RV350) but not sure. FYI, it's codenamed as RS480. As far as AGP
concerned, can you send me 'pciconf -lv' output?
> I find it interesting that most of the pci infrastructure in the
> machine has a vendor id of 1002; I didn't know that ATI made
> processor chipsets.. (this even includes the usb chips too)
> I think I can see how to add this to the radeon driver but am not
> totally sure... I presume it has to be in either agp or drm also?
If you just want 2D, you have to patch xorg-server. If you want to
experiment on 3D accel, all of the above. And maybe DRI also.
> I'm having trouble getting a few other things recognized too (TI
> sd/xd/ms reader, and the sound (conexant :-() (and the broadcom
> wireless which I may just replace with an atheros since it is a
You can use NDISulator for the Broadcom wireless.
> Conexant is definitely NOT a friend of open-source, (sierra
> wireless is worse, though...)
> Isn't new hardware wonderful :-)
> -- Pete
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