You end up with a folder,. Not testing the latest driver available for your card virtually eliminates the possibility of getting your bug solved. Create a new xorg. I tried to install the latest beta driver that has official support for Couldn’t create directory monitor on smb: It could be caused by the following.
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I have a HP ProBook with /etc/ati/contro hybrid graphic. Using cgminer on Ubuntu Download the driver found at the AMD website. BUT, when I reboot the system, my login screen is overlain with a black window that says: I am on I wouldn’t use older repositories, and the bit shouldn’t be required at all if you’re running bit.
For details on which GPUs require Radeonplease see the Radeon driver homepage or execute at a terminal: Wed Jul 29 I have installed and removed the drivers about 4 times at this stage but still I get the same error above even though driver seems to be install correctly.
And then try again: See full activity log. External Links AMD driver homepage https: Sun Apr 25 Content Cleanup Required This article should be cleaned-up to follow the content standards in the Wiki Guide.
I had to manually install flgrx-andcccle. To uninstall rdinstall installing using this method, you MUST use the amdconfig utility: Go to the AMD website.
You may not access or use the site superkuh. What I’ve tried so far: Partners Support Community Ubuntu.
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Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. I started looking around to verify that everyhing was as it should be and realized that everyhing was installed but Ubuntu didn’t recognize that fglrx was installed.
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I purged the driver again and tried fglrx-updates to no avail, then I tried installing the may-release found in the driver installer that is provided by the Fanclub great tool btw, just klick next, pick your version and then you’re basically done! To check whether the fglrx driver is working, open a terminal and type: When I go to the GUI-installer for proprietary software it shows that the proprietary driver is in use, but when I check out “Details” in the settings panel the overview shows that I am using the open source driver.
Unable to open /etc/ati/control, please reinstall the driver – Ask Ubuntu
I found this bugreport too: Manually installing Catalyst So I have tried some more stuff. I have confirmed that the packages are installed properly. You end up with a folder.