Next chip in the line was Athena, powering the first Impression boards. I just tried the 1. Fred frederic-lespez wrote on I have compiled the new Debian package to cleanly install in Ubuntu. File name Release date and file size Driver Notes, including operating system and Matrox graphics card support Disk 1 The package posted by John Dong above fixes that problem, but when I drag around windows etc.
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Matrox Graphics MGA SG-H driver – Matrox Graphics Video Drivers – w2k_exe
I decided to give up on Windows from that point on, seeing as I had Xubuntu already installed. Could that have anything to do with it?
I added the parameter -ignoreABI to enable the usage of hal-drivers not exactly built for that x-version: Mystiques equipped with 4 MB were upgradable to impressive 8 MB, but I doubt more memory would make much difference for this chip.
Peter Imhoff ubuntu-peter-imhoff wrote on I guess the DRI fix mentioned mga-1064sg-b http: Extio File name Release date and file size Driver Notes, including operating system and Matrox graphics card support 2. Is Bug a duplicate of this? The QID Series and Extio F products support multi-display with up to 4 displays in stretched or independent mode with a wide variety of display ,ga-1064sg-h including widescreen modes.
I reverted those changes before installing John Dong’s package, but the display errors, as seen in the screenshot, are still there G card, get refresh rate out of range error after logging in.
NET Framework is required. I really don’t know if it will work Edgy upgrade breaks multiple Matrox cards. After updating to edgy I had to manually change matrrox resolution in my system to x 75 Hz and I see the flickering under this rate. The framerate is not any higher than d3d wrappers anyway.
Matrox Graphics MGA 1064SG-H Video Driver
Right now without the Feisty package, I’m powerless to do anything officially to remedy this bug I had the same problems with my ancient Matrox Mystique Monitor shows frequency out of range I solved it by turning on the ShadowFB option: I do not look for mg-1064sg-h solution anymore.
This is notorious, but Mystique has another nasty image quality degrader. I also found out that this bug prevents me for using wine, see: Remote bug watches debbugs [ mwtrox important ] Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers.
And the system gets more and more impure by funny work arrounds.
I hope that a new, fixed package “xserver- xorg-video- mga” will mga-106sg-h available soon. Unpacking replacement xserver- xorg-video- mga The Xubuntu install was painless, and usage was smooth. I tried to compile from the Debian unstable package but that didn’t work probably because I’m not familiar with the compilation process. Someone please reassure me that when the mga driver is working properly I won’t need the framebuffer.
Drivers for older/legacy Matrox products
I found out that the framebuffer trick improve things further GoogleEarth doesn’t work without it even after mga-1064xg-h the package. Yes, regressions are alway disappointing: X works but still no 3D acceleration.
Addresses previous driver’s security issue with Microsoft’s dot net package. If I had just known about the mva-1064sg-h, I would never have upgraded as my system is now broken. I get display errors, as you can see on this screenshot: Download full text 3.
It looks like anything that should be using the mga driver has the same problem. The QID series products supports multi-display with 4 displays in stretched mode only, with a maximum single display resolution of x