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Here's the link I found from the unofficial AMD Linux community. Here's the list on Wikipedia. You can also search about your driver on the AMD website, see if works for Linux. The unofficial AMD Linux community hasn't provided an installation tutorial on Trusty Tahr yet. I'm kind of itchy about trying the 13.10 installation method. From my own ...


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the magic touch that solved my problem is : sudo apt-get install fglrx if that does not help check these links : How to fix "The system is running in low-graphics mode" error? The system is running in low-graphics mode error in "Virtualbox"


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I'm having a similar problem with my AMD HD 7770, but have gotten at least so far in finding solutions, and figure this might help you a bit. The first, which does I'm afraid require the Terminal, can be found by following the instructions found here: http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/877 I would however do step 3 and 4 first, as in my experience ...


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Why should we try doing things the hard way? I will tell you a simple way to install the AMD drivers. It works well for me. I believe it will work well for the others too. First, update your OS Go to this site . You can find the right driver for your graphic card there by specifying the right options in the list boxes in the site. If you cant find the ...


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saved me too, Error I got and only found misleading answers on askubuntu.com Issue: tilo@t-ubuntu:~$ fglrxinfo X Error of failed request: BadRequest (invalid request code or no such operation) Major opcode of failed request: 155 (ATIFGLEXTENSION) Minor opcode of failed request: 66 () Serial number of failed request: 13 Current serial ...


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Did you initialize it after installing? Is your card supported in fglrx (you may need updates-fglrx instead)? Steps: For ATI Graphics: Step #1 = Type in terminal: sudo apt-get install fglrx-updates [or you can use fglrx if you need] Step #2 = Type in terminal: sudo aticonfig --initial Step #3 = Type in terminal: sudo reboot Step #4 = Type in ...


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As of fglrx-13.35.1005 the HD8970 works okay now.


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For me it works just fine when i install these packages: sudo apt-get install fglrx fglrx-pxpress This installs the AMD Catalyst Control Center and i can use my AMD Radeon HD 7600M GPU


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I have the same issue and I found that people are having the same runing the kelner version 3.11. You need to use kernel below 3.11 and it will work. Hopefully they will fix this issue soon Here is the link that you can look up :) http://www.rurapenthe.me/2014/02/installing-amd-catalyst-1312-on-ubuntu.html


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I had the same problem. Found this report on Launchpad: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/fglrx-installer/+bug/1276379


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You have a quite old card. If you go to the AMD page and go through the choices, you land here: http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/desktop/legacy?product=Legacy2&os=Linux%20x86_64 In the bottom, you have: Description: Automated installer and Display Drivers for Xorg 6.9 to Xserver 1.12 and Kernel version up to 3.4 So, if you want to use the ...


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Go to the AMD web site: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Pages/index.aspx and manually download. To install the package type "sudo sh ./ati-driver-installer-x86.x86_64.run" in terminal


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You should have linux-headers installed for every kernel version you have installed (and can see in grub-advanced menu while booting). Although check that you have build-essential package and that gcc -v runs well. Finally, it can be an error in this package, for example it can disagree with gcc version and settings.


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A BLACK screen is the result of a normal Catalyst install from the Vendor with Ubuntu 13+. I have incorporated the patch into the Knary (sourceforge) https://sourceforge.net/p/knary/discussion/general/thread/2ad755b9/?limit=25#1b3c AMD installation. But here it is for those interested in manually applying. -- Download the catalyst 13.12 into any directory. ...


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I suppose you have an E-240 APU and a ATI Radeon 6310 HD graphics card in your laptop as I found from this link by googling about your laptop. In the link to the AMD's support site which you have specified in your description to the question, I selected APU, Mobile APU, E-series APU and x86 in the list boxes respectively according to your laptop specs and ...


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What has worked best for me so far is to simply jump into tty1 with Ctrl+Alt+F1 and then reinstall fglrx. For the stable version in the Ubuntu repositories: sudo apt-get install --reinstall fglrx fglrx-amdcccle Or if you installed the updates version of AMD Catalyst: sudo apt-get remove --purge fglrx-updates fglrx-amdcccle-updates If you installed ...



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