There is no proprietary standalone driver for this video adapter in linux. Sorry man, I was just looking for extra help. The kernel I’m using is 3. For Ubuntu, I think you need to add a server to the package manager. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Join 23 other followers.

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They will still run Unity, but the CPU will be used for basic drawing and performance may suffer.

There is a legacy flgrx driver. Now what to do?

Tested; Chromium allows proper fullscreen again, gtk system GUI is still responsive, but video tearing isn’t going away; for a couple of seconds it recedes slightly, but then comes back, both in windowed mode and fullscreen. It can be fglrx but how do I avoid the login bug in that? And hbuntu is your “login bug”?


My Hardware

I’m running Ubuntu You can upgrade to 3. But it didn’t work producing messy blank screen. When reverting to the 7. Unsupported chips Ubuntu Either radeon or radeonhd should work with your hardware.

ATI Catalyst Display Driver for Linux Driver – TechSpot

I tried stock This package contains Broadcom You are already running the only driver that is available for that ATI chipset. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I’ve just upgraded the kernel to 4.

You must either rearrange the 1010 so that they fit within asquare. I believe your bug is caused by: Then I tried them booting with different kernels. However, video capture is not supported.

[all variants] Ati radeon xpress driver for ubuntu ?

Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? December 28th, 9.

Could someone suggest the best ATI graphics to upgrade to right now? I hate windows but i need it too much to throw it away.



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The kernel I’m using is 3. It looks like you’re new here. Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google. HDMI audio should work automatically.

But it remains blank. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Just taking a wild guess not my field: I personally find myself coming back to this post often, and it always saves me a lot of headache. This will allow for a more expedited analysis of the root cause of your issue.