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There is no proprietary standalone driver for this video adapter in linux. Found a bad link?
You didn’t actually post the output of ‘dmesg grep -i error’ though. Which is not an error, but it tells me the command wasn’t run properly. Im running ubuntu x150 But what new computer comes with the anymore? But I still cant get my displays side by side. Or other hardware limitations. I get this error when I try to do it: What should I do?
ATI Catalyst Display Driver for Linux Driver – TechSpot
For best performance and ease of use, AMD recommends the following: Discussion in ‘ Linux Compatibility and Software ‘ started by hanasiSep 22, All other chips are currently limited to OpenGL 3. All times are GMT Reduced performance may be noticed when compared to the previous Catalyst 8. Welcome to the forum Not sure how to answer your question but you might want to use a different username as using your email address will, most likely, get you a boat load of SPAM.
In my Icewm Window Manager. Thanks, it works faster now. BB code is On. Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades. Requested sizeexceeds 3D hardware limit If you need to reset your password, click here. Looks like the OP tried to install drivers because he thought that was needed, not because the gpu presented any problems in the default configuration.
You can upgrade to 3. Move on and read and learn.
Lag Sep 22, For older kernel, apply this kernel patch: It works – in my experience – fine on Xpress cards with Cinnamon. So, you should purge away every reference of the propertary driver, and do sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-radeon Then without any xorg.
It will open a gui. I would try to go with opensource drivers, no propertary.
Hi there, thanks for your help. Help us by reporting it. Ubuntu has supported 3D out of the box with the X1xxx and older chips since 9. Share This Page Tweet.
I also read a lot of guides on how to install them but all use different methods and different versions of the driver so I don’t know which z1150 to use, and in other places, it says that fglrx doesn’t work with this “card” and that I should use the default one, which I think I’m using it, but it doesn’t seem to be working correctly.
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 linix