otool -arch x86_64 -vt ATIFramebuffer | tee filename.txtthis allows the results to be written to a text file. The txt file will be in the same location as your ATIFramebuffer file. Once you get your file, you can open it with any text editor and search for Uakari. Find your profile underneath.
Hope this helps.
But it looks like I'm doing something wrong, when I edit a framebuffer found by me doesn't work :\
Thank you for the brilliant guide. I tried on my notebook (Dell Studio 1557 with HD4570). I was able to get the external monitor which is connected to HDMI port detected but for some reason there is no output. The monitor act like there is no signal to it. In System Profiler & IORegistryExplorer, I can see the monitor is properly detected at @0. I'm using peregrine personality. The monitor is full HD LCD. Do you have any idea why there is no output?
EDIT: Sorry. I forgot to post relevant information. I'm going to post it in a couple of minutes.
EDIT 2: Looks like I got QE/CI on the external monitor. I can see the water effect with Dashboard. Unfortunately no output on the external monitor, only can see it via VNC.
Not bad at all, at least you have QE/CI, maybe editing the framebuffer you can have signal. What have you done?