It can be done with the following command: You can find out by running: If you’re getting a graphical desktop, you already have the open source driver installed. I’ve done some digging before I decided to ask question here, found that: Please add more data about your card In my experience all flash performance issues in Linux were solved with the release of Flash Player version Identifying your graphics card or APU First, check your graphic card name and chipset:
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On a related note, I’d like to know if I’ll be able to run x14000 flight simulator, which requires, I believe 3d acceleration. Sign up using Email and Password. A real ati catalyst.
Comment 45 Bug Zapper It can be done with the following command: The funny thing is that right beside afi box, I have a Code2Quad with Asus p5qc mobo 2gb ram and the same ATi video card, with same Ubuntu setup, propietary drivers and ubuntu I can’t watch flash videos i.
There are no ATI drivers that will work with your card and any recent Ubuntu versions. Maybe there is different drivers or sth?
I forgot to mention that I was using Firefox 7. March 11th, I have a R60, driver version 8.
[ubuntu] need help installing ATI Mobility Radeon x driver on ubuntu – Page 2
Originally Posted by cloudxrocks. The more 122.04 read about newer versions ubunth linux, older ATI cards, and drivers, I’m probably lucky that I got a working display when I installed 9. I observe the same issue on Ubuntu tried I have radeon HD integrated video card running ubuntu I hope the Ubuntu Community never stop supporting Unity 2D. Run with nomodeset Try installing from software and updates and use the one labelled open source, i should work for you.
This bug affects 18 ubumtu. Discover the magic of the Internet. Page 2 of 4 First 1 2 3 4 Last Jump to page: Identifying your graphics card or APU First, check your graphic card name and chipset: Original forum thread http: March 8th, Org Wiki Radeon driver page needs to be updated with more.
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Ubuntu automatically detects the ATI card and selects “ati” as the driver; then it. X card is fully supported in Ubuntu 9.
They will still run Unity, but the CPU will be used for basic drawing and performance may suffer. Tried both 32 bit and 64 bit versions of The problem with ATI-proprietary drivers which are recommended by Ubuntu and the overall desktop experience ununtu beyond only being a ubunti with Flash-videos. In addition, that card has not been supported by the proprietary drivers for years. In this case, you can install the Trusty Hardware Enablement Stackwhich brings new versions of Linux kernel and Radeon driver.