Two driver versions are available for Debian 7 “Wheezy”: Sorry mate, my fault. If you need more info let me know. Check the manpage of the Radeon driver for advanced options. Always freeze at the login screen, the divers are:
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HTML and after installtion complete I restarted my laptop.
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[SOLVED] Radeon HD Unsure if I have graphics card drivers in Ubuntu
On one of the pages you should find something like VGA. See this page Recommended configuration for X. For me I just installed the proprietary drivers via the Ubuntu system settings panel. Install the appropriate linix and fglrx-legacy-driver packages: 45570 you please provide the output of: If everything goes beserk. Two driver versions are available for Debian 7 “Wheezy”: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Find More Posts by adamk ATIProprietary last modified Great card, but still no support.
Need help running Linux on your netbook? Please download the driver from this link: Last edited by Lknux at The package is sudo apt-get install xorg-driver-fglrx. Select Recovery Mode in Grub 3. You can leave it it is just needed for xorg. The solution was to deactivate PowerXpress inside the Bios.
If not, try that first, please. Partners Support Community Ubuntu.
Support for ATI mobility radeon HD4570 graphics driver.
Chipset Graphics cards and APUs In this case, you can install the Yd Hardware Enablement Stackwhich brings new versions of Linux kernel and Radeon driver. Any guesses why is that so?
Step 3 Reboot X should come up Step 4 Log in and start a terminal Enter fglrxinfo inside the terminal and run it. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
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If not simply boot to root recovery console and uninstall with:. This may help too: If you have a laptop that’s getting too hot, try setting the power management profile to low.
To know which version of the Linux kernel you have installed, type this text in a terminal window: