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They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I tried to install this driver on Kubuntu 9. Should I just wait for ATI to update their driver? Go to the ati site. But your card should work fine with 'radeon'. Find More Posts by amani. Originally Posted by amani. If so, your card is not supported in 9.
They dropped support for some older cards in order to "focus on newer ones". They also dropped support for OSes past February , that is, they do not support.
This effectively leaves you without the ATI driver. Hi, I had the same problem yesterday. You need to use arguments with the script to specify your system to the installer something like "sudo. Just try any argument, the script will tell you what is possible. Last edited by Df8; at The correct command line turned out to be: Last edited by jdmurray; at Originally Posted by jdmurray.
I ended up having to go back to Ubuntu 8. It turns out that the Catalyst 9. It was either buy a newer card this time nVidia or back down to Heron which I did and everything is now working fine with the restricted ATI drivers. No, it means that you will get much the same functionality you got with the fglrx Catalyst drivers by simply using the free software radeon driver instead. Most 3D functions, like compiz, openGL 3D games, etc, work just fine with the standard radeon driver.
That's why my Debian Lenny system has the fglrx installed. Debian Lenny has the Catalyst 8. But in another couple of months when I do an upgrade to Squeeze testing I'll be removing them and returning to the radeon driver. I'm just waiting for the newer kernels, xorg, and KDE4 versions to get into Squeeze first before dist-upgrading. Smartly, Debian is waiting for upstream to get their acts fully together before tackling the packages themselves. Some stuff is there in Sid, some even migrated to testing already, but really not stable enough for me as of yet.
Folks are using Squeeze but I think another couple of months will bring more stable Release Candidate ready types of things and so I'm waiting. The point is you don't need the restricted driver for most 3D stuff to work just fine with ATI. With NVidia you do, since they don't have 3D support in their free nv driver, but ATI released the source so that the free radeon driver is now pretty darned good with our cards in 3D.
Originally Posted by Df8. You would have to downgrade the kernel and the entire Xorg stack to get it to work. BB code is On. All times are GMT The time now is Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Ubuntu This forum is for the discussion of Ubuntu Linux. Find More Posts by vmelkon. View LQ Wiki Contributions. Originally Posted by amani x is the older driver.
Find More Posts by AGer. Specify your system Hi, I had the same problem yesterday. Find More Posts by Df8. Find More Posts by jdmurray. Find More Posts by dahveed3. Originally Posted by Df8 Hi, I had the same problem yesterday. Find More Posts by shadyboy. Find More Posts by adamk If you'd like to contribute content, let us know.
ATI Radeon™ HD 5670 Drivers & Support
I pushed with manualy search driver via device manager, and ATI still got warning yellow sign and it's still said cannot start the hardware. I'll will look for further information along with the other driver version, but i need some help here, can you post me the hardware ID for both graphic Intel and ATI, to get the hardware ID you can refer to my tutorial here: Intel HD Graphic xpbit. Second both ID lead me to this verion of driver:
ATI Radeon/Mobility/FireGL Series Driver 9.3 Linux x86/x64
Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts. AMD Legacy Catalyst Showing 1 - 15 of 28 comments. Last edited by twitch. Got it working on ubuntu Last edited by JulFX ; 21 Jan, 7: