They all work great on Windows but I’d rather use Linux. I don’t even know what that actually means if these are groups of cards or just very specific cards. Before using your Maevex product, you must update the firmware version installed on your devices to use the version of your deployed release. This release added additional resolutions. Dri is for direct rendering aka “hardware acceleration “. From the reading it seems that package is no longer maintained after Fedora
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Post as a guest Name. Matox is some info I am getting: Ubuntu is only giving me one monitor at a ’70s resolution of x Previously Released Drivers for Older Matrox products Drivers in this section are previously released drivers and should be used for trouble shooting purposes only.
This release added additional resolutions.
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Archived Support Drivers
There is no Xorg. Contact Matrox Technical Support for more details. Driver “mga” But it does not seem to be using that driver. Log in or sign up in seconds. 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! Matrox lonux are listed down the left-hand side, and operating systems are listed along the top. Note liinux the firmware revision that is installed onto your Maevex devices will differ from the firmware revision installed onto your Maevex devices and this is supported as long as they are from the same firmware installation package.
Once linuxx have the xorg package installed reboot and your system should use the mga driver by default, if not check logs and try editing xorg.
Also, distrowatch has a category Old Computers. For all other intents and purposes it is equivalent to the 1.
Matrox Graphics – Support – Previous drivers and BIOS
Found a few rpm sources but they all gave me an installation failure when I tried to install them. It probably isn’t a distro specific marrox, 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.
PowerStream Plus Setup 2.
File name Release date and file size Driver Notes, including operating system and Matrox graphics card support Disk 1 Xorg should keep a log that mentions what driver its using. I’m running Xorg 1. NET Framework, even if version 2. These are two separate required installations. If hardware acceleration is working it would drop considerably.
Your linyx package version must also match the package version of your PowerStream Plus software. Is there a specific distro I should try? I’ll spend some time trawling the FAQs there and see if I get a clue.