Card: RX 6700 XT
Ubuntu version: 20.04.2 LTS
Amdgpu version: 21.10
sudo clinfo returns 1 platform, 0 devices. This problem is the same as the one mentioned here.
- Download and extract file from https://drivers.amd.com/drivers/linux/amdgpu-pro-21.10-1247438-ubuntu-20.04.tar.xz
./amdgpu-pro-install -y --opencl=rocr --headless(also tried
- Add user to
sudo clinforeturns this
I have also tested:
The regular amdgpu (
./amdgpu-install), no luck.
EDIT: Also tried this:
./amdgpu-install -y --opencl=rocr --no-dkms, has this error when installing
EDIT: Tried downgrading kernel then installing with and without
At one point I added
mesa-opencl-icdand clinfo worked but it didn't seem like it was even using the amdgpu drivers so I got rid of it (sorry because when I tried adding it again it didn't work for some reason). It shouldn't need that package anyway though...
Amdgpu pro + ROCm installed (EDIT: Just tested ROCm only, doesn't work)
The clinfo that comes with amdgpu-pro (
Contacting AMD support (hehe)
sudo radeontopcannot identify the device as an RX 6700 XT (i.e. "Unknown Radeon card. <= R500 won't work, new cards might.")
- Interesting: in
/opt/amdgpu/share/libdrm/amdgpu.idsthere is a list of cards, ids and revision ids. However, there is no RX 6700 XT listed there.
lspcishows that my card has the id of
73df (rev c5)and that is not listed in the file either. Maybe I should add it manually? Also all of the other 6000 series cards are there, just not the 6700 and 6700 XT.
- Edit: Sometimes on kernel 5.8 dkms installs properly and other times it doesn't. Downgrading to 5.4 seems to install it consistently though, but then again OpenCL still doesn't work as mentioned above.