[PC-BSD Testing] Re : PCBSD 7.1-RC1 - problem with asus m4a78t-e
yerenkow at uct.ua
Thu Apr 2 07:33:45 PDT 2009
On 02.04.2009 17:26, Arthur Koziol wrote:
>> Hi All.
>> That option is not working in my case; now i use 7.1 beta1 - that
>> version (based on 7.1-stable #8) is working on my hardware;
>> Anybody knows when we should expect next 7.1 rc with kde 4.2.2?
> I would not expect PC-BSD to run on bleeding edge hardware such as
> yours. AM3 motherboards were released fairly recently (Mid-Feb?).
> This AM3-based motherboard uses a pretty new set of hardware that may
> not yet be fully supported by BSD or xorg regardless of drivers.
> Although 790GX chipset has been around since last year, the onboard
> video is an integrated ATI Radeon HD3300 and the xf86-ati drivers are
> not supporting this yet. I'm seeing it referenced in the upcoming
> 6.13 version here:
> It seems it's properly supported under Linux using Catalyst 8.9
> drivers and newer. With ATI hardware, AMD/ATI doesn't really give
> developers and driver makers info to keep drivers up to date. I just
> recently read that the 700 series info was released:
> http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=NzE3Nw so maybe
> your card will get more support in the upcoming 6.13 drivers.
I've used motherboard asus m3a78-t and internal HD3300 with 7.0.0 / 7.0.2
without any problems. I've used radeonhd driver, built manually from
I've even start CS:S under wine with about 15-20 FPS :-P
So you don't listen about bleeding edge hardware, just keep trying and
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