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So, thanks to the great community forming along this thread, it looks like I can keep some instructions up despite my lack of an AMD card on which to test them, Permalink Failed to load latest commit information. Any help is appreciated. I am also running Lightdm as my Display Manager. my review here

Fedora includes a free and open source driver for AMD graphics cards. I would suspect that the Xorg call changed the call signature between 1.17 and 1.18, which then causes trouble. Greek Russian Catalan Simplified Chinese Indonesian Brazilian Portuguese Spanish English Hi there! Install the 15.30 with: $ cd fglrx-install.OC68VA ./ati-installer.sh 15.30 -install (I didn't get any errors, so I was stoked) 4.

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I caution any Linux neophyte to read through all the steps here before starting blindly into it, and ask questions if you need help understanding something *before* you do anything. Any advice at all please? The patch minor version shoud be the latest possible, but not bigger than your current kernel version. I strictly followed the procedure given by stenstorp below, with a Fedora 23 Mate freshly installed and the result is approximately the same when using something else than SDDM : Black

But dnf and packagekit don't recognize exclude (xorg packages) in /etc/yum.repos.d repositories. I'll integrate this information into a more proper post soon. XFree86 version 4.1.X, 4.2.X, 4.3.X, or XOrg version 6.8.X (Fedora 20 does not use XFree86) or higher. Amd Crimson Fedora 24 I was able to recover by first backing up the config, cache and .kde directories and then reinstalling with "dnf install @kde-desktop" which allowed me to login to plasma and then

However thanks a lot for your answer . I tried installing the driver I had patched when running F23 since you suggested it worked, but it didn't for me. I think my Xorg is broken, even after re-installing. Thanks everyone that contributed to this patched 15.9 installer.

Detected a previous installation, /usr/share/ati/amd-uninstall.sh Installation with force option. Fedora 23 Radeon Driver Reply meemimestari says: April 10, 2016 at 5:47 pm Yeah, broke everything - HD 7870 and boots into black screen with cursor. Log in and run the following command from the dir where you extracted the driver install (should be called ‘fglrx-15.30.1025/'): ./amd-driver-installer-15.30.1025-x86.x86_64.run -extract This will create a dir called ‘fglrx-install.'. Other window managers such as MATE are working.

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Thank you for doing this legwork. https://bluehatrecord.wordpress.com/2016/01/10/installing-the-proprietary-amd-crimson-driver-on-fedora-23-with-linux-kernel-4-2-8/ that way wont work anymore. Fedora 24 Amd Drivers Uninstalling any previously installed drivers. Fglrx Fedora 25 It's seems that the installation log is unavailable for some reason this time, so I cannot find what went wrong.

Creating symlink /var/lib/dkms/fglrx/15.201.1151/source -> /usr/src/fglrx-15.201.1151 DKMS: add completed. this page and others. This might seem as pretty obvious to the experienced, but it wasn't mentioned anywhere. Package xorg-x11-server-Xorg of lowest version already installed, cannot downgrade it. Fedora 24 Fglrx

Sincerely, HH:-) Reply Gil says: October 19, 2015 at 5:36 am Hi If your system hangs when rebooting, you have to boot into level 3 (text mode) and go to /etc/X11 I can confirm it works on Fedora 22 64-bit with 4.1.6-201 kernel. If you are running GNOME3 you can go to System Settings => Details and look what graphics card it is using. http://webmasterhits.com/fedora-24/fedora-17-proprietary-ati-drivers.php Actually i just need the features to monitor the GPU temperature.

Thanks for the note! Fedora 24 Amdgpu If someone could recommend a good Linux program to test the card I would be happy to provide the benchmarks. kdm does work, but cinnamon was triggering a segfault from system libraries after fglrx calls.

Is x11 version 1.18 a total dealbreaker?

Reply stenstorp says: January 14, 2016 at 6:01 am Oh, I also installed redhat-lsb along with dkms, probably needed as I saw: lsb_release: command not found in some logs. I patched, however, by placing the patch in the common directory of fglrx-install.xxxxx then cd into common and apply the patch. I used -force, but should really have backed up the conflicting files first. Fedora 25 Radeon Driver Reply John says: March 26, 2016 at 3:41 pm In addition to what bitwiseoperator said, it looks like you are using direct copy/paste out of this blog without taking character modification

about | faq | help | privacy policy | give feedback Powered by Askbot version 0.7.51 Please note: Ask Fedora requires javascript to work properly, please enable javascript in your browser, I cannot recommend any how. Supported adapter detected. useful reference there is no rpm package for GCC 4.9 offered in the standard Fedora 23 repositories), and there are no clear instructions that I have yet discovered.  My poor little APU-based system

Maybe they didn't broke the code for Linux…I hope… Oh also one little bug to iron in the tutorial: $ sudo ./ati-installer.sh 15.302 -install instead of $ sudo ./amd-installer.sh 15.302 -install It appears this process works for a standard Fedora 23 installation, so I'd start with potentially relevant elements of your installation which differ from the standard. Thank you for listening, I feel better now 🙂 John says: August 2, 2016 at 2:34 pm Sorry to have to comment on my own post but it appears the board Today I opened up the session using the previous kernel 4.1.7.

It still looked fantastic, I could not detect the difference in the image quality in the test from full setting to lowest. Failed to parse arguments: Option "-disable-factory" is no longer supported in this version of gnome-terminal. ===================================================================== AMD Proprietary Driver Installer/Packager ===================================================================== error: Detected X Server version ‘XServer _64a' is not supported. Reply cesar says: April 6, 2016 at 3:59 am I've been instaled the driver following step by step and it works. Reply pythoncharming says: March 8, 2016 at 5:42 pm I have a Radeon 7850, and I'm on Fedora 22 (downgraded kernel to 4.2.8 for grub).

Reply bitwiseoperator says: September 23, 2015 at 11:12 pm What GPU are you using? thats exactly what I patched. Maybe something extra is being called for dual video cards. I updated the kernel to the now latest 4.4.6-300, rebooted, and lo and behold it just worked.

Per: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=273347 (post #5) this is the ‘kosher' way to do it for F23: # set the default kernel to boot with: grub2-set-default ‘Fedora (4.2.8-300.fc23.x86_64) 23 (Twenty Three)' # check to You probably have a similar syntax error in all three of those repo files which are failing to load.