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Thread: AMD Legacy Catalyst 13.1 for HD2000-4000 is out

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    Default AMD Legacy Catalyst 13.1 for HD2000-4000 is out

    AMD Legacy Catalyst 13.1 for HD2000-4000 is out

    AMD site: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownloa...eon_linux.aspx

    Download: http://www2.ati.com/drivers/legacy/a...x86.x86_64.zip

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    I hope this will be incorporated in to the "Additional Drivers" Ubuntu utility because that has always been the only way I have ever gotten the ATI driver installed. I have tried over 20 times over the years and two more times with the latest 13.1 and have had ZERO success.

    If someone has had success in creating the Ubuntu 12.10 installer for this recent driver, I would love to get it from you. The installer always says it was successfull only to say on the next screen that there are errors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodolandy View Post
    I hope this will be incorporated in to the "Additional Drivers" Ubuntu utility because that has always been the only way I have ever gotten the ATI driver installed. I have tried over 20 times over the years and two more times with the latest 13.1 and have had ZERO success.

    If someone has had success in creating the Ubuntu 12.10 installer for this recent driver, I would love to get it from you. The installer always says it was successfull only to say on the next screen that there are errors.
    The error reporting is just awful, I know. The thing is, you have to have lots of things installed (gcc, make, kernel headers, ... sorry I don't know them by heart) and the installer is very vague and says all ok and then changes its mind and says that some log somewhere might explain the issue further instead of just spelling out "dear user, please install this package".

    I normally just run, look at the log, install what's needed, ... and so on until it works. If you want, post your log to pastebin and I'll be happy to help.

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    Don't use the installler. Do

    sudo ./amd-driver.sh --buildpkg Ubuntu/quantal
    sudo dpkg -i fglrx*.deb
    sudo apt-get -f install

    Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2kx View Post
    Don't use the installler. Do

    sudo ./amd-driver.sh --buildpkg Ubuntu/quantal
    sudo dpkg -i fglrx*.deb
    sudo apt-get -f install

    Done.
    It doesn't support Quantal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordSocky View Post
    It doesn't support Quantal.
    My bad. Precise it is.

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    Default Team Fortress 2 now run wit the 13.1 Legacy driver

    Before the 13.1 driver at lauch the game team fortress fail with the GL_EXT_texture_sRGB_decode http://steamcommunity.com/app/221410...8351012409765/
    now it works fine with the Radeon HD 4250

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    What about Fedora 18? Can download the automated installer (*.run), give it permission to execute and execute?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucic View Post
    What about Fedora 18? Can download the automated installer (*.run), give it permission to execute and execute?
    The answer is probably yes if it has Xorg version equal or less than 1.12. Using distro specific packages is advisable though(through repos or create them from the *.run file).

    Edit: Must also check for the kernel version and apply required patches if it's newer than the supported one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rigaldo View Post
    The answer is probably yes if it has Xorg version equal or less than 1.12. Using distro specific packages is advisable though(through repos or create them from the *.run file).

    Edit: Must also check for the kernel version and apply required patches if it's newer than the supported one.
    xorg version <=12? The whole point of the updated driver is to add support for xorg up to version 13, so I think you're mistaken.

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