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File name Release date and file size Driver Notes, including operating system and Matrox graphics card support Disk 1 If anyone thinks they can do better and wants the edited versions of the script, makefile and code let me know and I’ll pass it on. Note that 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.
It looks like the package you need is “xorg-xdrv-mga” for lunux, try installing that with yum. OK I’ve had to admit defeat and get some NVidia cards instead. Although some of them are quite new computers. Is there a specific distro I should try?
Matrox Graphics – Support – All Latest Display Drivers
Just can’t get the Matrox video card working under Linux on the old or new machines. Matrox drivers for Linux? Dri is for direct rendering aka “hardware acceleration “.
Found a few rpm sources but they all gave me an installation failure when I tried to install them. Even my old Dell D laptop with Intel integrated video deals with it better. Log in or sign up in seconds.
So far I’ve tried Ubuntu, Fedora, and Mint. Just checked the graphics driver section of my kernel config for the mention of “matrox”.
Sign up using Facebook. Mostly syntax things like assigning pointers in declarations and stuff that I can only think gcc didn’t used to complain about.
They come standard with a Matrox G which is uninspiring as a graphics card.
Matrox Graphics – Support – Driver Download
It probably isn’t a distro 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. Here is some info I am getting: Your Matrox Maevex product may ship with an older firmware version.
Matrox “SE” drivers have a standard interface that doesn’t require. I am getting a bunch of surplus computers that all have these cards, which lijux quite well spec’d, that I would like to run Linux on. Firmware Package Version 2.