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post #1 of 14
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Since the beryl site is down I can't get the packages from them. Does anybody know where I can find 64 bit Beryl packages for Ubuntu 6.10 Edgy? All of the mirrors I've found have been 32 bit only
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here you are m8

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dpkg -i /some/dir/package.deb /some/dir/package2.deb ...
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post #3 of 14
General,

Thanks for that!

Hey, I'm not able to add any repositories for the Beryl Project, and AMD 64-Bit. Are they still around? LOL! I've been posting in my usual Forums.

I'm running EDGY with an ATI (AMD) Radeon Express 200M card -- poor card I know. And, the Thurion 2.2GHz chipset off a Notebook.

Going 3-D has been a project I've been working on for about the last 6 months.

Before I do those package installs, can you add anything further? Thanks in advance for your response.
post #4 of 14
Link -ati cards

Link2 -may help you add the repos.

Link3 -tells in there how to do it with a 64 bit system too. Just be sure to read the blue print too.
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post #5 of 14
dangerousHobo,

Thanks -- I've tried all three links before, and have compiled along the way. I sort of drifted over here looking for salvation. BTW, I have 2 of the 3 links printed out. Cool!

Before I torch my Notebook again, and have to do a /etc/X11/Xorg.conf.fglrx-0, or some such editing, in the Ubuntu RESTORE process, I thought that I'd ask around.

As far as I can tell the 64-Bit repos just aren't there.

Believe me when I say that I've been going @ this for some time, and have my Site dedicated to Linux.

I want those cool 3-D Desktops! Check out those vids on my Site.

I hope that this doesn't come across as self-promotional. I just want to solve this issue, and pass it on where I normally live.
post #6 of 14
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I finally found a repo that worked - I'll post when I find it
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post #7 of 14
Cool. The second link I posted above it what I followed, and I got it to work. Never tried the 64 bit though.
Also I had to use the EXPERIMENTAL svn packages though.
Adler1,
Whats been holding you back? I'm going to guess the ati drivers. Just wondering though.
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post #8 of 14
dangerousHobo,

Yes, the POS ATI Radeon Xress 200M card. There's millions of them out there. I'll never buy ATI / H-P again. Everything is -- like -- my Grandfathers PC. LOL!

rabidgnome229,

That link -- is it 64-Bit? That seems to be one of the issues here.
post #9 of 14
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Yes - 64-bit. It I got it off of the beryl wiki - I just have to boot into Linux to figure out which one
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Yes - 64-bit. It I got it off of the beryl wiki - I just have to boot into Linux to figure out which one
rabidgnome229,

WHAT??? You mean you still run that M$ suff? LOL!
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