Radeon's ROCm 1.5 OpenCL Support Is Working Out Better With the recent release of ROCm 1.5 followed by the ROCm OpenCL runtime finally being open-sourced, here are some fresh OpenCL benchmarks Thanks ;) Reply Tojaj says: 29/03/2014 at 16:17 Try to do "yum update" first, to get the latest packages, and then reboot the system, then run try to run the installation Then, try reinstalling the driver. Thanks for the post, been a great help 🙂 Reply bitwiseoperator says: December 12, 2014 at 10:13 am Thanks for the feedback, Slava! http://standardtechnological.com/catalyst-drivers/catalyst-drivers-9-7.html
igor Reply bitwiseoperator says: November 23, 2014 at 9:54 am Uh…that's the principal content of this post. Here is my xorg.conf file: Section "Monitor" Identifier "aticonfig-Monitor-0" Option "VendorName" "ATI Proprietary Driver" Option "ModelName" "Generic Autodetecting Monitor" Option "DPMS" "true" EndSection Section "Device" Identifier "aticonfig-Device-0" Driver "fglrx" BusID "PCI:1:0:0" Ryzen 7 1800X With Ubuntu 17.04 + Linux 4.12 Linux 4.12 + Mesa 17.2-dev Yields Noticeable Advantages For Radeon Gamers On Ubuntu 17.04 Trying Out Ballistic Overkill On Linux With Vulkan Alternatively, you can just back out of the whole thing by removing the modprobe blacklist of i915.
The bad part was that after reboot, I found out that my display uses resolution 1024×768 instead of 1920×1080 and that the Cinnamon crashes immediately after logging in. In fact, I've more often hit hardware limitations than software limitations with the open drivers I use. They used to work for me in FC19, but now I get a black screen on boot. Reply bodhi.zazen says: 17/02/2014 at 20:03 As has been mentioned previously, the latest (beta) Catalyst driver now compiles without requiring any modification.
You then need to disable secure boot to boot into the new driver, but personally I get a black screen.bodhi.zazen( 2014-02-17 17:48:06 +0000 )edit 2 answers Sort by » oldest newest Quickly I found that instead of Radeon, the Vesa driver is used. Uninstalling any previously installed drivers. https://bluehatrecord.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/installing-the-proprietary-amd-catalyst-14-9-fglrx-driver-on-fedora-20-with-kernel-3-17/ I even read in a post that the difference in performance is not as large as it used to be.
I am running Fedora 21 on 3.17 kernel and unable to keep the kernel-headers from updating when I install gcc. After the (failed) installation, I have a fglrx driver module's source code on my system in /lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod/, so I've just modified it, compiled it and installed it by hand. simontol Try to watch youtube videos fullscreen with radeon driver and you get the answer. II think the problem is on the EGL side, as it is not supported by Catalystand and has been enabled by default in F20 Gnome packages.
I should be successful in installing fglrx 14.9 now. There are rumors that they won't continue to produce Carizzo APUs for desktops (and that would be a terrible choice, if you ask me, but I don't have the sales stats, We do our best to ensure only clean, relevant ads are shown, when any nasty ads are detected, we work to remove them ASAP. I can't access Fedora's partitions using Windows 7.
I posted a few of the details here: http://gcruscoe.blogspot.com/2013/12/fedora-20-and-cinnamon.html Bernhard Wolf I do not understand why you won't try the upstream driver from AMD. check over here Reply ian says: 26/12/2013 at 13:59 well im a new user in linux world, i try ubuntu first, but i has the same problems despites some software that i work with Too bad the Binary doesn't work. You are most likely running the fc19 Catalyst driver if you upgraded as opposed to a clean install.
It seems to be working without modification, out-of-box, with the current Fedora 20 kernel (3.12.7-300). (See: http://support.amd.com/en-us/download) Reply John mev says: 08/02/2014 at 16:53 Hi this didn't work for me since, I believe the act of copying text to and from the blog disrupts formatting necessary for the patch utility to function properly, so let me know if the new file works This is the main catch: It will NOT work with gnome. his comment is here I'll really appreciate your help :) Reply 刘烨 says: 18/04/2014 at 15:10 Hi, this is how i did to recovery my fedora 20: start and choose fedora when the final black
Reply Dean says: 06/03/2014 at 17:08 So let me confirm on the process (please correct me if I'm wrong): download the Catalyst 14.2 Beta driver for 64-bit Linux, run the installer this is garbage will stick to nvidia from now on. But I don't think that this really be the problem in this case.
A: You will need to disable Secure boot, or setup your own keys and sign everything with them. Reply Tojaj says: 28/12/2013 at 17:15 Thank you :) I've added note to the article. NEVER, I orphaned it, no one else volunteered to maintain it so it's been removed. #3 18th December 2013, 07:24 PM digiscuro Offline Registered User Join Date: Aug It is working now and even the freezes with Libreoffice Calc have stopped.
You can find it at https://gist.githubusercontent.com/aginor/4f232d4c28aef7685282/raw/c7958e092fa19b4e2603e9bd377aca89569d77fb/fglrx-3.17.patch Reply iggy says: November 22, 2014 at 5:47 pm Hello. pkands View Public Profile Find all posts by pkands #12 19th December 2013, 02:19 PM leigh123linux Guest Posts: n/a Re: Fedora 20 AMD catalyst driver Quote: Originally Posted Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... http://standardtechnological.com/catalyst-drivers/catalyst-drivers-8-1.html Being one of the few Linux Vulkan games at this time, I ran some quick tests with Radeon RADV and NVIDIA on Ubuntu Linux. 16 May 03:25 PM EDT - Linux
Ads are what have allowed this site to be maintained for the past 12 years. Reply bitwiseoperator says: November 29, 2014 at 10:00 am In my experience, this is usually caused by improperly uninstalling the driver before performing the kernel update. Basically, AFAIK the problem with display is that I run on asus k52jr laptop and these k52's have problems with ati drivers past 13.4 (though it has mobility radeon hd5470 which It installs perfectly fine as long as you watch for 3 issues: 1.
With Open64 being dead and all the compiler rage these days about LLVM/Clang, AMD has announced the "AMD Optimizing C/C++ Compiler" (AOCC) that's based upon Clang and optimized for Ryzen/Zen processors. digiscuro View Public Profile Find all posts by digiscuro #4 19th December 2013, 07:39 AM kkshethin Offline Registered User Join Date: Dec 2009 Location: India Posts: 434 Re: Regards, Reply Tojaj says: 14/03/2014 at 23:08 Today, I've updated my kernel to the latest version "3.13.6-200.fc20.x86_64", I've re-installed the Catalyst Driver (to get the driver module recompiled against the new My log looks like: /usr/lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod/2.6.x/kcl_acpi.c:999:5: note: expected ‘u32’ but argument is of type ‘struct acpi_table_header *’
/usr/lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod/2.6.x/kcl_acpi.c:999:5: error: too few arguments to function ‘(acpi_status (*)(u32, void *, void *))handler’
I also filed a bug report with ATI about the need to sign the driver. Please sign in help tags people badges ALL UNANSWERED Ask Your Question 1 How can I install the AMD Catalyst™ Proprietary Display Driver on a Fedora 19 Hybrid Graphics system? [closed]