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OpenSUSE definitely runs faster then Ubuntu it just seems to have a steeper learning curve for installation and setup. But I'm still always having trouble with the AMD driver. Problem still not solved… DarnGood Gabor July 31, 2010 at 20:09 | Hi! Installation The Fundamentals 5. news

Privacy policy About cchtml.com Disclaimers Mobile view Register Help Remember Me? Press "CTRL-X" or "F10" to boot openSUSE with the custom parameters specified. This is simple to do. Posting in the Forums implies acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:ATI_drivers

A subtil modification how using Direct2D aticonfig -set-pcs-str=DDX,ForceXAA,TRUE' It was very useful. This package provides 64bits 3D display drivers, control panel source coude and hardware accelerated OpenGL. AMD/ATI fglrx non-official Graphics Drivers

Proprietary AMD/ATI Graphics Driver packages There no more support in new Catalyst versions for 11.2, the latest 11.2 working version are available for stock 11.2 (Catalyst 11.6)) http://geeko.ioda.net/mirror/amd-fglrx/openSUSE_11.2/ fglrx64_xpic_SUSE112 X Window In these cases there is no need for any further configuration.

Software Repositories Setup 12. SU to get root, run mkinitrd to make sure radeon stays blacklisted. (Comment) in case the above method does not help, you may try add to /etc/modprobe.d/50-blacklist.conf the following line blacklist This thread illustrates the frustrations one can go through for ATI drivers and openSUSE. In case of kernel panic If upon rebooting after uninstalling the fglrx driver you get kernel panics involving radeon missing (with error messages such as "unable to handle null pointer dereference")

Bruno Friedmann July 22, 2010 at 20:30 | ML Check also the update part and my reply to the first comment madigens July 17, 2010 at 19:51 | Doesn't work for Typically the installation configuration file will use the fbdev graphic driver. Result: no keyboard, no mouse, no nothing (well, X did start, but I couldn't even kill it!). Other resources, for example.

Pehaps 11.4 will fix all this! 04-Dec-2010,03:23 #2 ah7013 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Wise Penguin Join Date Jul 2010 Location Adelaide, Australia Posts 1,175 Re: Install dependencies. If this works, you "may" wish to stop here. And is it a bug in the fglrx script that those 64-bit libraries are not installed?

Posts 13,763 Not sure, but I read yesterday that they have just released a new and vastly improved Linux driver. https://en.opensuse.org/AMD Thank you. Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible! I used this script for ATI driver install and it worked the best so far.

First add the repository: zypper addrepo -f http://download.nvidia.com/opensuse/leap/42.2 nvidia The following command should automatically install the correct driver for your card: zypper install-new-recommends When installation is done reboot the computer. 15.2 http://advianetwork.com/ati-drivers/ati-drivers-8-27-10.html Once you have determined your openSUSE version, your graphic hardware, and your in use graphic driver [whether it works or does not work], please proceed to the next steps in this Thanks to Ioda-Net Sàrl [], who pay me, and have provided the place & bandwidth for the pre-build rpm. Install the driver (run as root by doing su -): Code: zypper in fglrx*.rpm 5.

Also please note versions of openSUSE older than 12.3 are no longer officially supported. 1st thing to try (cmdline options) The 1st thing to try is to boot from grub with Now run the Sax2 setup. I am confident we will help you to get it to work. More about the author Determine your graphic card version It is also important to determine what graphic hardware one has on their PC, and what graphic driver one is using on their PC.

Besides, some people hate asking for directions. It should be on by default. Please note that their kernel modules infringe on the GNU General Public License the Linux kernel is released under and, as such, are not supported by openSUSE. I clicked on the second link that says "1-Click installation of AMD/ATI fglrx drivers on openSUSE 13.x 64 bits system".

This is the way I install fglrx drivers on my Dell Studio 1555 with ATi Radeon HD4570 (works for me) : 1. Reply With Quote 04-21-2015 #6 Rubberman View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Linux Guru Join Date Apr 2009 Location I can be found either 40 miles west of Download fglrx driver to somewhere on computer from ATi website. You should try both and stick with whichever works best for you.

Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 04-Dec-2010,02:20 #1 Glasairmell View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Again, boot to run level 3 like the 3rd step above. Version: Leap 42.1 and olderThe fglrx driver does not work on Leap 42.2+ or Tumbleweed as it has been abandoned by AMD. click site And then after making such an edit/change, as a regular user again reboot as before with the su -c 'shutdown -r now' command and hopefully your PC will boot to X

This package provides 64bits 3D display drivers, control panel source coude and hardware accelerated OpenGL. AMD/ATI fglrx non-official Graphics Drivers

Proprietary AMD/ATI Graphics Driver packages I'm really interested by your result. Hopefully that will allow you to boot to a functional desktop, or (3) if from an installed system with the newer grub2, choose in the grub2 boot menu Advanced options for Even worse, it seems like I always have trouble with the AMD driver.

BACKUP your current /etc/X11/xorg.conf file, preferably to your home directory. You can learn a lot by researching a subject on your own. This should be set to whatever the bus type of your card is.