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Old 9th June 2010, 09:16 PM
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Arrow 3d Acceleration suddenly disabled - FC12

Been happily be using FC12 for roughly 6 months.

I installed 2 image browser apps to view all my Photos.

After I rebooted the GDM login screen hung, unable to login to X.

So I changed runtime level 3.

The ATi driver that came with FC12 worked fine and the driver from AMD do not support my kernel. I don't do system updates.

Anyway to restore the original driver that was provided with the FC12 disc? Possibly corrupt.
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Old 9th June 2010, 10:41 PM
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Re: 3d Acceleration suddenly disabled - FC12

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Originally Posted by ZeusZon View Post
Anyway to restore the original driver that was provided with the FC12 disc? Possibly corrupt.
Download the old version from koji and (as root) run
Code:
rpm -U --oldpackage <package-name>
on it
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