I've recently dual booted the Ubuntu 17.10.1 with wubi alongside Windows 10 on my Asus X53U laptop which came with the AMD Radeon HD 6290 graphics card. As all of us know that the fglrx is no longer supported from the Ubuntu 16.0 versions so there was an alternative The Amdgpu-Pro and the Radeon-Pro Open source drivers. But the problem is that due to my device being old I can't find the right one to install to my laptop. I got a link here which lists the Radeon HD 6000M gpu series I've got, but there are no download links. Also the Amdgpu is only supported for newer AMD GPUs. What can i do now, can anyone provide me a full exhaustive list of all supported hardwares (not the one in the AMD official site) and download links for the driver my hardware supports. I'm facing tremendous performance issues.
Also: When I enter the lspci command at the terminal to check the graphics drivers it says this ... VGA... Advanced Micro Devices (graphics card name here)
Subsystem: AsusTek... kernel modules: radeon
Now what does the kernel modules mean, I think if the correct driver is running it should have been something else.