Description of problem:
Extract of fglrx-install.log
"... kernel includes at /usr/src/linux/include not found or incomplete....
... [Error] Kernel Module : Failed to compile kernel module - please consult readme..."
Steps to reproduce:
1.installation of ati-driber-installer-9-3-x86.x86_64.run
2.then tipping in console modprobe fglrx -> FATAL: NOT Found
3.then loading fglrx-install.log
Actual result:module ist not intergrated.
You must install your distribution's kernel source files to run the fglrx driver. I suggest you read the driver documentation.
Ok you're right! i read the same in the documentation but I can't understand what was mean by "installing kernel source"
Ok I had installed the kernel source but the Error ocured again!
" Failed to Compile Kernel-module"
can I Compile the Kernel-module manually?
If you're attempting to use driver "9.3" then you should download the latest driver "10.12" and try again.
:D I had tried this already but this driver recommand that , he don't support my Ati mobility X700 Radeon chip anymore. So I was advised to use still this driver.
But when you say this driver was built for older Kernels i have to look after annother way of solution.
AMD doesn't support that chip any more, so yes, you are on your own.
OK I had install OpenSuse 11.2 and I was surprised!
The installation was succesfull! At the moment I only have to configure fontconfig and xorg config to use the fglrx module.
But thanks for your interest in my Problem.