Connecting a DFP display device as a secondary display device may occasionally result in the secondary display device failing to display an image Installing the AMD Proprietary Linux Software Driver Installation information can be found at: I find myself pretty often installing or re-installing my official ATI drivers for my video card. If yes then when is that day coming? Login bug is that I cant log in normally. I googled for a long time,but still failed to find a way suit for my computer Reduced performance may be noticed when compared to the previous Catalyst 8.
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BTW, I just finished testing the following scenarios, just to rule out a kernel-related issue: For best performance and ease of use, AMD recommends the following: The Radeon driver is already pre-installed in Ubuntu. I’ll have to try later. But it didn’t work producing messy blank screen.
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Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. On this link you can check the ATI cards supported and aati associated drivers: Make sure your OpenGL renderer string does not say “software rasterizer” or “llvmpipe” because that would mean you have no 3D hardware acceleration: Now the question is how to install the open source driver?
But It is a pain to install.
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Furthermore the Radeon driver supports some older chipsets that fglrx does not. I also tried upgrading to the Wily kernel 4.
Also I have used OpenGL for video playback with it and works. Ashton Burrell February 6, at 9: ATI does not support the Xpress on Linux anymore, unfortunately, so you’re stuck with open-source support. ODS March 29, at 4: Post as a guest Name. This driver provides 2D and 3D acceleration in your video hardware.
Distro Ubuntu Development Release. It looks like you’re new here.
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I followed your article till removing drivers and reboot, after which I got blank screen after grub menu. Graphics cards and APUs.
But, the screen just does not show off i. Then you get another build to test and eventually there is a commit identified to tell upstream about I believe your 11000 is caused by: All times are GMT I needs to spend a while learning much more or working out more.
In your video playing software, you could try changing the “video output module”; this may improve your playback performance.
Open source driver is already installed. The second video is the same, under the Xenial stack. Those are the three guarantees to the helpee. In your case you have it already.