You did not state clearly what driver you tried to install. This driver provides 2D and 3D acceleration in your video hardware. Tags for this Thread fglrx , hd , radeon. It is not supporting X-Server 1. Thanks to Tomasz Makarewicz for the clarification. Gaming laptop with good mobility iskander , Aug 22, , in forum:
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Linux driver for Radeon HD AGP 1Gb
I have used your ppa to install the fglrx driver, and it seems to have worked, but now my graphics are visibly slower then before. Thanks — fixed See this forum thread on phoronix: Sign up using Email and Password.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. I thought LTS releases should be stable. They are designing the system to not use an xorg.
Anyway, ppa did not work for me, but downloading and installing AMD driver did the trick, thank you except the annoying watermark. I tried forcing the clocks with “Coolbits” option but it was impossible to even force them to CF should work with fglrx. It can be done with the following command: When using Firefox the delay when scrolling down the screen was literally unbearable.
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Thank you so much! This works like a charm. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. I have no idea what they did but it simply broke the Xserver.
Of coures my ppa which is given here is doing all of that. Want to Buy Forum. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a mobbility of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
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With the xorg radeon drivers the image is cropped in HDMI. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Do you already have an account? If you need to reset your password, click here. The only way to get it back is purge fglrx but then I have no launcher and menu. The time now is No problem right, I used the restricted drivers app to go ahead and install the ATI drivers hoping that it would auto-magically fix things.
I found the solution for this is to enable the Code:. In this case, you can install the Trusty Hardware Enablement Stackwhich brings new versions of Linux kernel and Radeon driver. I mean the part about a video driver problem that requires you to create an xorg file. S Do you recommend doing anything else? Here is a recent article on the ATI on Linux.
Keep fglrx but completely disable the desktop effects whenever you want to watch a video.