Thanx for that jschiwal! Thanks. Find #7 04-04-2016, 12:14 PM Regbsb728 Junior Member Posts: 4 Threads: 0 Joined: Feb 2016 very nice work Find #8 04-14-2016, 05:24 AM shutin Junior Member Posts: 3 Threads: 0 Joined: I understand this is not recommended. More about the author
Thanks again. Whenever I tried to change this is the computer does not start, just a black screen and can only start putting back the xorg as it was, through the command line On Mint, for example, you have the Software Center, which gives you access to the repositories, and you have a specific tool for driver installations, called "Additional Drivers" (or Jockey, but DW1501 wireless-N WLAN wireless network card. 1TB hard drive.
Atheros AR8151 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet controller. I chose fglrx and it was automatically installed. Yes - I can see what you're describing in what you can see on your desktop - but I've also posted a screenshot of my desktop with the Menu section open Amd Catalyst Linux Even though I'm not very keen on Unity/Gnome3 (why I'm so happy with Mint/Mate/Gnome2 and prefer it to the latest Ubuntu, which have I had a lookat/installed) I'd like to be
I'm about to leave the ubuntu because I can not in any way to install the driver of my graphics to take 3D acceleration. I'll read through it and try to figure out how it works. I am fine with most of the specs. Please read The Forum Rules and The Forum Posting Guidelines My Blog This universe is crazy.
In Fedora it says in the taskbar what the user is logged in as - but nowhere can I find this in Mint12 after an hour or two of very intensive Amd Radeon Linux Drivers Sign in 21 Loading... Ubuntu 12.04: kernel Linux 3.13.0-xx-generic (HWE stack Trusty), look at the 14.04 column. These are my choices under the Additional Drivers tab: ATI/AMD proprietary FGLRX graphics driver (This one appers to only be good for ATI cards and I think that is not what
I enjoy playing games like Garry's Mod and Minecraft with my friends and getting the best performance possible is big to me. Adv Reply July 3rd, 2014 #3 rbuxton View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Dec 2011 Beans 7 Re: Help deciding on best driver Amd Drivers Ubuntu As I implied I had "tripped over my own cleverness" - coupled with an ageing memory - perhaps I need another 8G or so of RAM in the CPU of this Fglrx Driver Blu-ray or HD DVD drive and HD monitor required.
It has all been my own idiotic fault I twigged to the "answer" because when I was connecting up the (ATIbooting) sdd, GRUB would occasionally go to that sdd's Mint instead my review here Upon doing so I have had troubles with sound due to the onboard HDMI output. However the open source AMDGPU driver is available to install through the xserver-xorg-video-amdgpu package. Quote: Another thing to try if possible is to roll back to a kernel version that you were using before. Amdgpu-pro Driver
Loading... This is not necessary at all. Find #3 04-02-2016, 07:08 PM arrabal Junior Member Posts: 2 Threads: 1 Joined: Mar 2016 For anyone having such pre-historic hardware like me, I finally managed to make it work. http://advianetwork.com/ati-mobility/ati-mobility-m3-driver-ubuntu.html I ran ./oclHashcat -t 32 -a 7 example0.hash ?a?a?a?a example.dict and got 1493.5 MH/s.
Quote: TobiSGD: Just for completeness, I just downloaded Mint 12 and looked for the "Additional Drivers" program. Ubuntu 16.10 Fglrx After you write the X config stuff and then reboot, you get a ghetto X prompt to login. The Ubuntu 16.04 upgrade process will remove both the fglrx driver and the Xorg.conf that supports it from Ubuntu.
View 2 AnswersView Related Kernel&Hardware :: ATI Mobility Radeon HD4250 Graphics Mar 18, 2013 I am on a dell inpiron M5030 which runs ATI Mobility Radeon HD4250 graphics. Is it all that stuff in /var/log/xorg.0.log?? These may be needed for the install program to work. Install Fglrx It is always recommended to use that for installing drivers.
Oct 3, 2009 I have a Dell Studio 1555 with a Mobility Radeon HD 4500 Series and Ubuntu 9.04. There's not even a System Settings sub-menu. Well kinda. navigate to this website And I can't get OpenGL up!
Steam probably recommends beta fglrx/Catalyst versions to cover owners of the latest cards. That doesn't seem like a lot. Set options in BIOS to use only one card. I just downloaded the Mint version labelled as linuxmint12-gnome-cd-nocodecs-32bit.iso, the first one in their torrent list.
Cheers PaulW Last edited by PaulFC5; 08-17-2012 at 05:37 AM. You will find it when you click on your username in the top right and choose "System Settings" in the menu. OpenCL and the OpenCL logo are trademarks of Apple Inc.