Does it load the agpgart.o and radeon.o DRI module on boot? If not, you'll need to stick the following lines somewhere in your init scripts, so that the modules get loaded before X starts:
<pre>modprobe agpgart.o agp_try_unsupported=1
</pre><p>Also, locate all the "XF86Config" files you have on the system, in case one hanging around in a user's home directory is screwing with X. There should only be one, and that should be /etc/X11/XF86Config or /etc/XF86Config. There may be an XF86Config file hanging around with a slightly altered name (like XF86Config-4 or XF86Config.localhost), or the $XF86CONFIG environment variable may be referencing some other file.
Also, the XF86Config man page ("man 5 XF86Config") lies a bit on this point. =/ If a user's home directory has an XF86Config file in it, that file is liable to be used if that user starts X.
In any event, the following commands should show you all XF86Config files in the system which might possibly be used:
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