Reply Brian April 21, 2010, 10:31 pm I did the terminal coding as you said- and I got this: "no graphical method available for invoking ‘amdcccle' as ‘root'. You all sound pathetic. Only proceed with these steps if you are confident with what you are doing. Now this was back in the days of 8.04. have a peek here
EDIT 06/05/09: After you restart, make sure to go to the Hardware Drivers manager under the "System" menu: Administration > Hardware Drivers and enable that ATI driver and reboot again. (Thanks Last I heard Nivida makes decent Linux drivers, not perfect but it's workable solution. I still couldn't play most games in linux, but rebooting into windows for this was temporarily acceptable for me. As it appears, the current 2D drivers solve most of the recent graphics problems with Intel chips, according to Ubuntu developer Bryce Harrington in a developer mailing list.
Given that after upgrading to 9.04 made the system hang when X was started with ati, radeon or fglrx drivers, I'm guessing the live cd does the same. Without further introduction, we invite you to take a look at the resolved issues of the new ATI Catalyst 9.4 video driver from AMD: · Fixed a segmentation fault issue when I had to install through text. More ways to mess up an install Mbudd I upgraded to 904 yesterday and found the missing support for Radeon X600 too.
Reply Cancel reply Leave a Comment Name * Email * Website Comment Next post: WordPress 2.8 has been released Previous post: [Videos] Let's speak Korean program (ep 01) Blog Ngo Hai He found out Ati isn't going to provide a driver for Windows 7 either. Step 1: Install driver Install ATI Driver from ATI website instead of driver from Synaptic: How to install ATI Graphic driver for Ubuntu 9.04 If you used ATI driver from synaptic, Just had to get this off my chest new I7 board that I bought last year and all the goodies and I have spent days getting it to work right with
The toolset should help driver development for, and error detection of, Intel graphics chips. Step 2: Configure Firstly, open the Catalyst Control Center by going to Applications menu and choose ATI Catalyst Control Center (super - user) or type this command in the Terminal: amdxdg-su All I need is some 3D acceleration for working with blender 3D. PS: Iím very green with linux (but so much in Love with it ) at the moment being in process of learning. [linux process ] THX to all of you!
I do hope the Intel graphic card problem gets corrected soon. Best regards, Reply Stephen Melrose October 15, 2009, 3:44 pm Thanks for the info. Ubuntu lifecycle Lord Necros Its worth pointing out that Ubuntu's release cycle is structured to have a stable release every two years, known as an LTS Release (Long Term Support), with Last edited by bridgman; 08-15-2009, 03:02 AM.
Does not look like AMD is changing its mind, not the first time for ATI. Reply Travis March 5, 2011, 9:51 am What the *2$% is this? I loaded my itumes library on the second HDD and everybody now shares it wifi. GF only !!!
Really? http://tbapplication.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-ubuntu-11-10.html The most painfull one is that when fullscreen, video acceleration works fine(even full HD), but when windowed, not a chance...flash doesn't accelerate anything at all(this sux most)... No one ever told you Linux was kindergarten cup cake stuff; so shut your piehole and go get 'Wista or Win-7, the 'Wista band-aid. Most 2009 Linux distro's will use Xorg-server 1.6, and ATi's _newest_ generation of graphics cards don't have a full-featured driver compatible with these _new_ Linux distro's that use Xorg's latest software.
No contest. Hope that helps a bit. It was either "clone", or some terrible form of Big Desktop (left monitor 1680x1050, right monitor 640x480). http://tbapplication.com/ati-driver/ati-driver-for-ubuntu-10-10.html I got my 4870x2 partially working.
I followed the instructions at http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Ubu...allation_Guide. I am close. It's sooooo hit and miss....
Thank you. ATI video card support for Ubuntu Aubs Just a quick addition to my above message, there seems to be lots of anger directed at ATI for the problems Ubuntu has with ArchivesContactSitemap Tips, tricks and tutorials What you share is what you get How to setup Dual Monitor in Ubuntu 9.04 with ATI Driver by admin on June 10, 2009 I am If you did not run with the dual-head option, give that a try as a first step.
And for those of you who got burnt, next time before you upgrade, wait a week or two and then check the Internet for problem reports. Partners Support Community Ubuntu.com Ubuntu Wiki Search: Immutable PageInfoAttachments More Actions: Raw Text Print View Delete Cache ------------------------ Check Spelling Like Pages Local Site Map ------------------------ Rename Page Copy Page Delete Linux can work for you. this contact form Then I ran: Code: sudo aticonfig --initial=dual-head -f 8.
Though these cards work with generic drivers, the ability to use dual heads and more advanced configurations has been lost. This is what I have tried so far. best with a towel on your head. I appreciate Intel's support of Linux but, Intel graphics just plain stink on any platform.
Everything works and is 100% stable. You use Youtube the same way.