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See the complete list here. It's very weird. For 3D acceleration to work, you will need to compile the fglrx kernel module for your kernel: see the fglrx-modules-dkms package. Post Install[edit] Generate a new /etc/X11/xorg.conf file[edit] Unfortunately, there is no sure way to generate the ATI version of the Xorg.conf file. Check This Out

Something still needs to be tweaked. What we must remember… the very same ati drivers end up working on ubuntu, and many other distros including deb and rpm based distros. After fixing this, I came to another error complaining about fglrx_gamma… I found the solution at http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Ubuntu_Hardy_Installation_Guide#Fix_for_an_error which basically involves extracting the driver then setting a link to the package - skip the navigation Packages About Debian Getting Debian Support Developers'Corner / Packages / wheezy (oldstable) / x11 / fglrx-driver package names descriptions source package names package contents all options [ wheezy

Debian Jessie Radeon Driver

This service is sponsored by Hewlett-Packard. More than one card. ...you may encounter problems that the resolution of the first monitor on the first card (usually identified as "CRT-1") may (a) not be recognized by manufacturer/model and If you want to run the bleeding edge, it can be found here: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/linux/Pages/radeon_linux.aspx?type=2.4.1&product=2.4.1.3.42&lang=English With the 12.6 beta version you will get a watermark in the lower right hand corner. Add backports to your sources.list Add this line deb http://backports.debian.org/debian-backports squeeze-backports main contrib non-free to your sources.list (or add a new file to /etc/apt/sources.list.d/) $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get

  • As you can see from my previous comment, I was quite wound up about it - I only solved it because I ran module-assistant, which installed the IA32 libs as a
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  • I find it odd this all got added after Wheezy was released with 12.6,because I was here and posted the info,and this post wasnt here, Do you work for Nvidia?
  • Installing from Debian Repository[edit] NOTE the note is no longer valid info Wheezy is the stable Debian now.
  • Here follows the entirety of a minimal xorg.conf file for the Radeon 6870: Section "Device" Identifier "ATI radeon 6870" Driver "fglrx" EndSection X2/Dual GPU Cards[edit] If you have an X2 card

Wheezy upgraded from xserver 1.11 to 1.12 on May 20, 2012.< you posted about something a year before LMAO AMD has not updated their driver to work It lets me to skip the part where I have to extract the tar archive, compile the module and load it manually. Skip the first command if it does not exist. $ sudo sh /usr/share/ati/fglrx-uninstall.sh $ sudo apt-get remove --purge fglrx fglrx_* fglrx-amdcccle* fglrx-dev* xorg-driver-fglrx If you plan on using open-source drivers, you Debian Amdgpu Note that the driver will work without the kernel module, but 3D acceleration will be disabled.

The two pre-requisites that one needs that I didn't have are: 1) IA32 libs - x64 needs these for the 32-bit component of the driver 2) Purge the free radeon & Debian is a trademark of SPI Inc. craigevil on February 11, 2009 at 2:15 am said: Installing Xorg drivers for nVidia, ATI, Radeon, Intel (and more) You can also use sgfxi to move between free and non-free drivers Learn more about this site.

Note that the driver will work without the kernel module, but 3D acceleration will be disabled. Xserver-xorg-video-radeon So it must be the free-drivers-problem. Multiple monitors on one card AND a monitor attached to VGA port. 2. If this happens, check if the log file /var/log/Xorg.0.log contains an entry like this one: (II) fglrx(0): Cannot get EDID information for CRT1 ...which may be followed later with: (II) fglrx(0):

Debian Jessie Fglrx

A possible work-around is to not use the VGA connector (CRT-1) on the first card at all and use only the DVI and HDMI port (possibly with a HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable) Reboot the computer and type $ fglrxinfo into the terminal. Debian Jessie Radeon Driver Greg on July 27, 2011 at 7:36 am said: it's a good idea to purge the free drivers -- hunt for them in synaptic package manager with things like nouveau and Firmware-linux-nonfree After you have everything working properly run this script: http://www.areyoueye.net/scripts/watermark_nix.sh It will get rid of that water mark.

For more information on this issue, see this Ubuntu wiki page $ sudo apt-get remove --purge xserver-xorg-video-ati xserver-xorg-video-radeon $ sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-ati $ sudo apt-get install --reinstall libgl1-mesa-glx libgl1-mesa-dri xserver-xorg-core his comment is here In fact, some conditions applies: 1) The drivers above support English only. 2) The display driver requires POSIX shared memory to be enabled on the system. 3) Kernal Sources package is UPDATE: It seems it works correctly. This guide focuses on installing the proprietary ATI driver (fglrx/Catalyst). Debian Stretch Fglrx

I note that the ait-driver-installer line needs two "-" before buildpkg. Anyone help with this, please, its a nightmare Andrew Websdale on February 20, 2011 at 2:42 pm said: Further to my comment above, I have now successfully restored the driver. To help dpkg-shlibdeps find private libraries, you might need to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH. this contact form skip the navigation Packages About Debian Getting Debian Support Developers'Corner / Packages / jessie (stable) / x11 / fglrx-driver package names descriptions source package names package contents all options

Minimal Config[edit] A very basic /etc/X11/xorg.conf file might be what you need if you have a new card that's not fully supported by amdconfig. Amd Catalyst Debian Jessie Note 2: fglrx version 13.4 works just fine except changing the brighntess because it stays full all the time. frogger on July 18, 2011 at 12:14 am said: how did you "purge" the free drivers?

Read this: http://ati.cchtml.com/show_bug.cgi?id=522 Apply this patch: http://pastebin.com/swpDj4FD I find it odd this all got added after Wheezy was released with 12.6,because I was here and posted the info,and this post wasnt

For older models try the fglrx-legacy-driver package. Generic Config[edit] This will work for most people: $ sudo aticonfig --initial -f If you are using dual head, that is to say, two _different_ desktops on two monitors, do this: Stop. Fglrx-driver Leave a comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

Removing Catalyst/fglrx[edit] The uninstall script in the first command will only exist if you downloaded the drivers and installed them directly (rather than building packages as this guide does). The driver can work with plain MESA libGL, but some applications may require the proprietary libGL. Prerequisite Packages[edit] Install the prerequisite packages (names are based on Debian sid, older Debians may be different): $ sudo apt-get install build-essential cdbs fakeroot dh-make debhelper debconf libstdc++6 dkms libqtgui4 wget navigate here Learn more about this site.

The flicker is annoying but not so bad as the slowness of the ATI fglrx driver I'd managed to get installed. dpkg -i *.deb Wheezy AKA OLDSTABLE Installation (current as of May 3, 2013)[edit] Why someone posted this I do not have any idea 12.6 was shipped with Wheezy from day one,there Info extracted from: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/linux/Legacy/Pages/radeon_linux.aspx?type=2.7&product=2.7.4.3.3.3.1&lang=English Hope this helps. I suppose it is because atievetsd not working correctly.

Tags: X Window System: X Server and Drivers Other Packages Related to fglrx-driver depends recommends suggests enhances dep: dpkg (>= 1.15.7.2) Debian package management system dep: debconf (>= 0.5) Debian configuration After this sleeping mode become work correctly but only sometimes. Debian From cchtml.com Jump to: navigation, search Contents 1 Read Me First 2 Read Me Second:SLEEP mode in Debian/testing kernel 3.2.0 3 Installation 3.1 Before Starting 3.2 Installing from Debian Repository This service is sponsored by MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab.

The fglrx-driver wouldn't install. Content Copyright © 1997 - 2017 SPI Inc.; See license terms. I've spent entire days working on my deb (squeeze, testing and Sid) ati proprietary and all for nothing… I did get it working on one using a non deb kernel but For multiple monitors, instead try specifying all monitors in your xorg.conf file.

Gary Dale on August 18, 2009 at 1:55 am said: Went back to the vesa driver. That worked (apparently) and I notice the libglx.so file has been replaced with one installed at the time I was running the ATI installer. This method uses the latest Catalyst driver downloaded from AMD/ATI's site. Follow the Removing the Driver section below to remove your existing driver.

If the vendor string contains ATI, you have installed the driver successfully. Read Me Second:SLEEP mode in Debian/testing kernel 3.2.0[edit] amd-driver-installer-catalyst-12.10-x86.x86_64.run breaks sleeping mode(notebook hangs up after awaking and reboot without logging anything ). So i first install last fglrx-atieventsd packet and over it amd-driver-installer-catalyst-12.10-x86.x86_64.run. ( Or first amd-driver-installer-catalyst-12.10-x86.x86_64.run and then manualy copy rest conf files from fglrx-atieventsd without overwriting.) Then start atieventsd: "service fglrx-atieventsd Ryan Larrowe on April 5, 2010 at 2:52 am said: I get this error when trying to build the modules. $ sudo sh make.sh AMD kernel module generator version 2.1 doing

This driver release supports the following graphics adapter families: AMD Radeon R9 Series, AMD Radeon R7 Series, AMD Radeon R5 Series, A-Series AMD Radeon R7/R6/R5/R4/R3 Graphics, E-Series AMD Radeon R2 Graphics, If you do not have non-free enabled, you can do so like this: http://serverfault.com/questions/240920/how-do-i-enable-non-free-packages-on-debian $ sudo apt-get remove --purge xserver-xorg-video-radeon $ sudo apt-get install fglrx-driver fglrx-control libgl1-fglrx-glx fglrx-atieventsd fglrx-modules-dkms If you To avoid confusion with the Xorg configuration, you may want to delete /etc/X11/xorg.conf file and use the following command to have it generated (assuming 2 monitors per card): prompt$ aticonfig --initial