I have tried Ubuntu 8. Before I forward this upstream, one thing to check. So far, the only thing that has worked is removing 2GB of my RAM, which was suggested in one of the other bugs related to this issue. Failed to get EDID information. Any unanswered questions, I do not know how to respond.
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Please disregard last email from me – I did not send it – It must be a virus and I will report it. Kannst du den Video Speicher im Eadeon einstellen? And they promise they will provide the best after-sales- service.
Radeon™ Software for Linux® Release Notes | AMD
I was receiving a prompt: Ubuntu QA Website ubuntuqa on No matter which driver restricted or open that I try, this machine boots to a black unresponsive screen. I have to add, “vesa”-driver is working at a wrong resolution. I just updated to Intrepid and was greeted with a completely white screen when gdm was supposed to show. Largest offscreen area available: I guess the best place to get more information is the ubuntu community forums.
I had previously installed xorg-driver-fglrx.
That could save massive headaches to new users of Ubuntu who have the same GFX card I have and don’t understand what they’re doing yet. At least the alpha 3 did. Page Flipping disabled on r5xx and newer chips.
Colin, given that it occurs with -vesa and -fglrx as well, it’s sounding like not an -ati bug particularly, but without some deeper debug work technolohies uncertain what is failing. How to start Ubuntu command line?
I am fairly new to linux, and I have been working on this for weeks. Okay, now you need to restart.
Close the menu out with Escape. Honestly, the driver is a little sluggish no matter what build you get for it.
Ubuntu ATI Mobility Radeon X drivers – Super User
Make sure your selection is over Ubuntu 9. Need to fully remove -fglrx and reinstall -ati from scratch at https: Doing lspci gechnologies grep VGA gives me: There are many threads that are not very newbie-friendly and took me a long time to figure out how to do this. I have the same problem here as shelvingguy on a Toshiba Satellite AD.
You can use Ubuntu without installing it on your hard drive. Error -1 II fglrx 0: Hallo, also, ich habe jetzt nocheinmal den Treiberflag “ati” in der xorg.
Powered by Inyoka Inyoka v0. This was enabled by default and also specified in the config file. Do I need to reinstall the whole deal?
ATI / AMD driver Ubuntu.
If so, it did not resolve the issue. Martin can you uguntu again with all the latest updates?