There is no Linux drivers on the AMD site for the Radeon R7 m360 and I was wondering how you would install those drivers in Ubuntu.

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I have been using this graphics card for a couple of days now (June 2016) with Xubuntu 16.04. I am using the open source driver provided by the system, though there is no mention made of this card being supported when one looks through Xorg logs. There seems to be a binary driver listed on the AMD website, but I have not tried it.

I did have to set "nomodeset" in /etc/default/grub and had to specify the screen resolution in the grub file to get it to boot decently, otherwise it was a no go. Hopefully AMD/ATI works on adding this card to the open source drivers they have been working on.

  • Is your driver R7 M360? I can't get mine work on ubuntu 16.04..
    – Azamat
    Dec 20, 2016 at 3:04
  • My card is that, but the driver is the generic one. I tried the AMD-PRO driver that was recently released, but as it disabled all sorts of things possible because it is a beta, I just uninstalled it.
    – Liam
    Dec 21, 2016 at 7:20

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