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I have installed the AMD driver in 12.04 using the Additional Drivers function. It works fine, fglrxinfo returns correct information, but it seems that there is no Catalyst Control Center, I tried installing fglrx-amdcccle, but still it does not appear when I search installed programs.

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Just run amdcccle from terminal, you can also make a shortcut, to run as root use sudo amdcccle.

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$ sudo apt-get install -y fglrx-updates

$ gksu amdcccle

This line will open the AMD Catalyst as Administrator (you will be prompted for superuser password to use it (your root password)

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Are you using the Unity panel or the default Gnome? Install Gnome Shell and then do a search for "AMD". If this still dosen't work, try installign it from Synaptic Package Manager.

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I'm using XFCE actually, I can run the file manually, but not from terminal or otherwise, only if I navigate to that folder. – Borsook Aug 21 '12 at 18:27

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