Your profile shows you using Linux Lite 3. You took a sabbatical around the time I was joining the forum. Just to confuse the issue. There is no guaranty that your game will work better because different drivers have different results with different cards. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Hi, For this one have a look here: It is how I am self taught.
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ATI Radeon Xpress
Ok, so you’d like to replace the opensource driver with the fglrx driver. AMD didn’t get their proprietary drivers in Ubuntu Having a problem logging in? Find Eadeon Posts by diegoh. December 28th, 6.
January 16, Screen will go black and come on again. LL-user I come here a lot All times are GMT The fix for that is located here: I would suggest installing version 2.
December 28th, 8. Find More Posts by rokytnji View Blog. I rc41 to reinstall LL 3. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?
[SOLVED] ATI Radeon Xpress 200 – model 1150 problem on Debian 8
I remove sis and savage drivers on my other boxes and run with vesa instead because the new xorg in Debian Testing 20m0 not play well with the sis and savage drivers supplied by Debian.
Just to make sure how Ubuntu detects your card could you post the output of the following command?
They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. January 17, I have changed the CPU driver to the proprietary one, and done LL updates, and also installed restricted extras. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
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Welcome to the forum Not sure how to answer your question but you might want to use ayi different username as using your email address will, most likely, get you a boat load of SPAM. Is xxpress a driver available that is not listed that would resolve this? I meant formatting the output with code tags so it reads easier: I think it may be because of the Ubuntu servers maintenance and not having the updates.
Hi, the card is known to work. The system is only with the “genericg linux driver OS default and the “xserver-xorg-video-radeon” I think it’s “xserver-xorg-video-ati” are installed and updated.
That package fglrx was in the LL 2. Want to thank me? Yeah, and in a pinch.
To boot the sistem, I put “radeon. I rechecked the system details to ensure it was 2. Put the like xrandr -S x or what ever in your startup file. Now the blurry font is solved. I just discovered that when I remove the module “radeonfb” from “devfb-blacklist.