Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 110138
Using Radeon 7500 displays images and fonts badly.
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:33 EST
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Description of problem:
Using the Radeon 7500 driver makes everything appear all blocky.
Moving a window would make different parts of the fonts/images become
thin then thick in an apparently random pattern.
Changing to use the generic VESA driver resolved that problem.
However using the VESA driver introduces other problems when I try to
use programs such as Tux Racer and mplayer.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Use a radeon 7500 card
2.Use the radeon 7500 driver
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which may be required to reproduce this problem, and the exact
By following your steps above of "use radeon 7500", "use radeon
7500 driver", I get working video that works properly with no
problems. So more information is required.
Max Duncan, any better luck with newer XFree86 in FC1 updates, or
XFree86 from rawhide (FC2 test)?
Please supply information requested above or provide status update,
so we can proceed.
Please upgrade to our current OS release (Fedora Core 2) and
if the problem still exists, attach the information requested
in comment #1 above. Once you have attached this information
and provided a status update, you can reopen this bug if you
would still like us to review the report and investigate the
Setting bug status to "NOTABUG".