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Using the latest FGLRX release from AMD ( AMD Catalyst™ 14.12 Proprietary Ubuntu 14.04 x86_64 12/8/2014), the system still hangs at least once per day using a R7-260, so I downgraded back to the open source driver. Your results may differ for the 6750. You also mention re-installing Ubuntu, which shouldn't be necessary. If you can get a desktop, you can ...
I had the exact same card, 4850 and I found that fglrx even when configured properly takes up too much resources for the card. The best performance is shown when using the opensource driver. Do sudo amdconfig --uninstall and stick to the opensource driver is my suggestion as a user of that card for 3 years on Linux
Have you to enter this in the terminal or drop shell from recovery: update-grub update-grub2 Plymouth (from dropshell) grub-install (from dropshell) grub-mkconfig (from dropshell) grub-install dos not work from the terminal, and then enter this from the terminal: sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop and it might work fine this way.
This is a known problem with FGLRX. To fix it, you need to edit your boot settings. In a terminal, run: hwinfo --framebuffer ## Depreciated, use videoinfo instead! It should spit out a lot of numbers. Choose the resolution that you want (usually the highest). Remember the corresponding code! Now, reboot. In the GRUB menu, edit the entry and add ...
Reinstalled Ubuntu. Solved the problem of course, but still no idea why this happend or how to fix it.
I am facing the same situation, frankly I don't have the time to go through the logs and fix it plus I am afraid I will ruin something again and I can't spare any time right now to reinstall Ubuntu and/or try any fix so I am dealing with it the following way. What I am doing to get access to my machine after getting stuck on login page is the following: 1- ...
I almost solved every boot issue i had with following uninstallation and reinstallation on AMD website: 1- Uninstall The Driver sudo aticonfig --uninstall if this makes errors use this: sudo sh /usr/share/ati/amd-uninstall.sh if you also got an error from this then try to force sudo sh /usr/share/ati/amd-uninstall.sh --force 2- Reinstalling X.org ...
Try to go back to the original version of your driver by following these steps: When your computer boots press F8 or F10 depending your boot options so you can display Ubuntu's advanced boot options. Choose the recovery option for your latest kernel version Choose failsafeX in the list and confirm Yes Now in the same menu choose the resume option Ubuntu ...
These settings worked for me with Elementary OS Luna, 'X.Org X Server 1.11.3' (From 'X -version' in terminal) and legacy 13.1 drivers from ppa:makson96/fglrx on a ATI Mobility Radeon 4570 graphics card. In Firefox, type "about:config" in address bar and set: gfx.xrender.enabled = false layers.acceleration.force-enabled = true In Firefox preferences ...
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