Sign up using Facebook. Get tech support here. This way I have to use the generic linux driver. I do not find such an entry on the ATI drivers pages. For best performance and ease of use, AMD recommends the following: Propertary drivers are intruders into linux.
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You should see at least this line. Actually it’s x but the hardware can show x The fglrx drivers are crap.
ATI Radeon Xpress driver for linux x86_64
Put the like xrandr -S x or what ever in your startup file. I have tried everything, keeping the files, not keeping them, keeping just one The randomly variable atu in the ATI site is a nightmare, and I see no solution.
I do not find such an entry on the ATI drivers pages. You didn’t actually post the output of ‘dmesg grep -i error’ though.
LagSep 22,in forum: Last edited by rokytnji; at I will generally stay away from Ati cards in laptops for linux, but if I had to use an Ati card in my laptop. Here is a general guide to help you. And what is your “login bug”?
[SOLVED] ATI Radeon Xpress – model problem on Debian 8 |
Thinking about modules, maybe I can see a little ligth in the end of tunnel.
xorg – Old ATI Video Card on Debian 8 – Xpress – model: – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
What should I do? Org configuration file xorg. I hate windows but i need it too much to throw it away. But you can upgrade kernel with a newer radeon driver. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I would get a laptop with the same video card that system 76 has on 1105.
[SOLVED] ATI Radeon Xpress 200 – model 1150 problem on Debian 8
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Your name or email address: Similar Threads – Radeon Xpress driver. I just discovered that when I remove the module “radeonfb” from “devfb-blacklist. And as far as i remember the X worked fine under Linux, including 3D support.
Found a bad link? Apple and Mac OS X.