During driver installation you may have been notified that ‘aticonfig –initial’ can be used to create the required configuration file. Two driver versions are available for Debian 7 “Wheezy”: Leave a comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. New issues If you have a bug in the driver provided in a supported Ubuntu repository, please file a report about this by executing at a terminal: No joy in mudville.
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Make sure that the restricted-modules package installed correspond to the kernel your are running and that you can load the fglrx driver, whether by issuing the command: Further to my comment above, I have now successfully restored the driver.
You will need to deliberately remove both the normal and -updates versions in recent releases of Ubuntu because it seems that attempting to remove one installs the other: Select a compatible driver.
fglrx-driver source package in Stretch
I had the same problem and installing open source driver solved my issue make sure to rglrx-driver contrib and non-free in your source. To confirm the drivers are working open a terminal and type: Note that fglrx isn’t actually part of Debian, it’s part of the non-free repository which is hosted on Debian’s infrastructure but doesn’t receive the same amount of care and support.
No such file or directory Package build failed! To avoid complications later on, save it fglrx-dtiver an empty folder. Before you go about installing the fglrx driver from the official AMD Catalyst software distribution ensure to read the release notes from the AMD website.
Martin 1 1 5. Create a new xorg.
Debian — Details of package fglrx-source in jessie
I fixed the issue by downgrading the x-server to the one provided in jessie. Went back to the vesa driver. For 64 bit systems: Full radeon xorg 3d configuration automatically.
Downgrading x seems more likely to cause other elements of the system to debiian, especially seeing as stretch has been actually diverging from jessie for over a year since this answer was posted.
In this how-to an AMD64 Catalyst All versions above are available only for the x86 and x architectures Debian i and AMD64 ports respectively. Manually installing Catalyst Backported packages for Debian 7 “Wheezy” deb http: Supported versions are X.
If you do and then have problems with your video configuration, try using the simplified version shown above. Restart your system after configuring Xorg for the fglrx driver. However, if the bug is determined to be with fglrx, this may only be fixed by AMD, as they are the only ones with access to the source code. Sign up using Email and Password.
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fglrx-xriver Troubleshooting You may see a message like this: Create an Xorg server configuration file. It can be fixed however Sign up using Facebook.
This is what it actually fails on: