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Those new cards have over 2 gb of dedicated video memory and processor speed to match.
Matrox Graphics – Support
Before using your Maevex product, you must update the firmware version installed on your devices to use the version of your deployed release. PowerStream Plus Setup 2.
Does anyone know of any that will work on newer versions? Normally xorg autodetects everything, but in some cases like to use proprietary nvidia or linuux drivers it helps to specify.
The drivers available from Matrox seem to only be for very old versions of Linux I think it’s only up to kernel 2.
Although some of them are quite new computers. Drivers in this section are zipped using the -RP option.
Maybe try something basic like lxde or openbox and see if CPU usage goes down. Dri is for direct rendering aka “hardware mstrox “. Also, distrowatch has a category Old Computers.
I did find some deb packages for that driver but obviously couldn’t get them to install in Fedora. 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.
They also anticipate quite a different directory structure to that used by Mostly syntax things like assigning pointers in declarations and stuff that I can lniux think gcc didn’t used to complain about.
I hope that helps.
Mga driver is not listed as an option according to my xorg. I’m using Cinnamon on Mint For all other intents and purposes it is equivalent to the 1.
The drivers are included in the Linux kernel, no need to manually install them or worry versions.