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Readers / Followers Follow @_kulbir Recent CommentsRowan Gonzalez on Catching up!What PHP based git web interfaced can be recommended? « Mind of Matt on Insanely Awesome Web Interface for Your Git In my original post with the patch, you can see that I got my understanding of the fix from a developer going by "Philm" on the Manjaro team. nikolocalhost says: May 22, 2010 at 1:51 AM Gateway 6865m + ATI Radeon 2600 HD + Fedora 12 = WORKS PERFECT Thanks to much!, i followed all the steps and it FedoraForum.org is privately owned and is not directly sponsored by the Fedora Project or Red Hat, Inc.

Down-voting might cost you karma, but you should consider doing so for incorrect or clearly detrimental questions and answers. AMD's driver website points both the GPU and APU drivers for Linux to the same Omega 14.12 package. edit flag offensive delete link more 0 answered 2015-05-19 18:52:02 +0000 Aulo 1 I think you must see this https://launchpad.net/~hybrid-graphics-linux and this http://rudrageek.com/hybrid-graphics-card-system-in-ubunru-fedora-intelati-vgaswitcheroo/ edit flag offensive delete link more Your Answer Find all posts by fred_m #3 30th April 2011, 06:18 PM evilbastard Offline Registered User Join Date: Mar 2011 Posts: 167 Re: Fedora 14 ATI Catalyst and Radeon

help me pls. Also, can graphic drivers help to adjust screen resolution. There aren't too many steps involved, so you could roll back the effort pretty easily if it doesn't help. Under Windows the primary adapter is listed as: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 6550 1 gig ram And Disabled adapter is listed as: ATI Mobility M880G Radeon 4250 I checked the system

  • Good to know.
  • Uninstalling any previously installed drivers.
  • Reply Felipe Carballo (@felipecarballo) says: March 5, 2015 at 8:35 pm Thank you!
  • Well, I'm sorry to be the one to break it to you, but unless you have a motherboard that supports AMD-Vi and you've configured it properly to assign your GPU directly
  • First time here?
  • Following the suggestions in comments on my last post about ATI Catalyst (fglrx), I tried to reinstall ATI drivers version 9.8 and finally it worked.
  • But, as it's probably obvious by now, I can't get dual-head running properly (that's being kind, too).

blackcurrent7 says: September 19, 2010 at 5:55 AM Hi, After installing the ATI driver using ati-driver-installer-10-9-x86.x86_64.run , when i checked the file /usr/share/ati/fglrx-install.log, it shows: Unloading radeon module… ERROR: Module radeon I am now having an issue with the annoying "AMD Unsupported hardware" watermark in the lower right-hand corner of my screen. Any idea what I am doing wrong? depending on your system.

After the update, now the X system does not come up, I'm reduced to using the alt TTYs. That along with Steam errors is what got me really digging into this Catalyst issue. I'm sure we can get you up and running. Based on work by Robert Smith.

Ensure that you do not select “Generate Distribution Specific Driver Package (Recommended)”.  This will only work if you use one of the officially supported Linux distributions listed on AMD’s site (Fedora I also have 10GB unallocated space on my hard drive. I'm not sure what's going on, but I can say with certainty that my installation of Fedora 21 with all the latest updates works with the method I have provided, so For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

Been gradually using it more and more. I'm interested in learning more about Fedora either way. Please consult to documentation for your distribution how to get and install this. BR, Mx 007ace says: February 7, 2010 at 7:53 AM Ive got F12 atm, and Im having the same problem as taf2.

It would be pretty lousy if they just didn't bother supporting it. But the drivers also contain modules for older Xorg servers that do not call UpdateSpriteForScreen. Does it have something to do with the login prompt? You can ignore these lines happily if they don't contain any error message.

Having a problem logging in? I hypothesized that the installer was seeing the Intel GPU and giving up, so one other reader tried my hypothetical solution of disabling the i915 driver using modprobe, leaving only the Without a test system of my own, the best I can do is offer hypotheses. I downloaded the latest Catalyst drivers from ATI website and was able to install it no problem.

Heed the warning: If you have multiple version of X Window System installed on your computer the installer will try to detect the default X, and install the driver for the This article describes the steps needed to install the correct ati graphics driver on a Fedora 14 workstation to get jMonkey to function properly. basically the way this works in Windows and Ubuntu/LUbuntu).I also reinstalled Fedora to see if attempting to install the driver from the pre-updated state ...

difs says: February 3, 2015 at 2:36 pm Hi, First, thanks for the blog.

VM-Player running on Ubuntu gave me an error about Hardware graphics acceleration and 3D support not being available from the host. Once you've set yourself up with KDE and KDM on Fedora 21, you're in good shape to simply install the driver using a slightly modified version of the Fedora 20 procedure I'm also getting the the UpdateSpriteForScreen error on fc12 with an ATI 5850 using ati drivers in ati-driver-installer-10-1-x86.x86_64.run I'm starting to lose hair over this! If i can not, what I do?.

Brandon K. I specifically bought this laptop knowing I wanted to do a lot of virtualization so I'd really like to make sure this AMD-VI is properly set up. Reply Fabio says: March 18, 2015 at 5:55 am Hi, I've taken your advice modyfing the GRUB's kernel line at boot and it installed! It works with 3.18.5 kernel.

The ICE development team is currently gathering requirements to provide users the functionality needed to create custom geometries, meshes, and material properties. Thanks! Do I need to downgrade Xorg to 1.15 and keep it there? init 3 doesnt help.

Before you do that, confirm that the driver and card works with dual display over multi-desktop. I'm trying to understand whether, for us, X is starting and then dying or just not starting at all. Step 3: Update the system yum update   …or update just kernel yum update kernel   Step 4: Install required tools yum install kernel-devel gcc wget   Step 5: Reboot (and login to a new kernel, if any) reboot   Open Konsole Any help would be appreciated.

I have a mobility HD 3400 on my laptop and it runs like a dream. It was a bit embarrassing when the my mobile (MeeGo on Nexus S) had a higher count than my desktop. These X server segmentation faults - I presume they don't occur when you don't have the driver installed? Ian says: February 26, 2010 at 11:50 PM Same problem for me.

But if I install the ATI Proprietary drivers, the vgaswitcheroo module disappears from /sys/kernel/debug. http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=search&q=RadeonSI Quotes above taken from Wikipedia if you want the links. My kernel is 3.19 on fedora 21. Bub says: February 7, 2010 at 5:47 PM As an FYI - If the dkms package is installed, the Catalyst installation seems to use it and the install log file is

When exactly does X initialize in the bootup process? Let me know how I can help you further, or if I've presumed incorrectly anything above. I did some googling and decided to try and modify my xorg.conf file (original below) Section "ServerLayout" Identifier "aticonfig Layout" Screen 0 "aticonfig-Screen[0]-0" 0 0 EndSection Section "Module" Load "dri" Load I don't know why I didn't try the USB install.

Basically, if you are trying to simply get around the Ubuntu graphics acceleration problem, you should probably focus your energy on it more directly, rather than attempting to test OS-hardware compatibility Daniel Ripoll says: February 4, 2015 at 6:02 pm Hi again my dear bitwiseoperator: I'm writing to letting you know some good news.