In the latest Linux Kernel some library packages are missing which are required for the installation of the graphic card. So I tried installing the proprietary drivers manually from AMD homepage – didnt succeed in it. This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If you want more battery backup, then it is recommended to switch the graphic card to integrated i. This question already has an answer here: Half the games are unplayable, sometimes to the level of nauseating due to low fps.
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Eventually I solved my problem by installing Because of this, there will be a lot of battery drain. First of all to install the driver you need to unzip the driver and then proceed for the installation.
drivers – AMD (Radeon HD M) gaming on Ubuntu (fglrx) – Ask Ubuntu
Since Linux mint is a derivative of Ubuntu Raring it is not necessary to change that part i. Like on a separate tty or something. In the really perfect case none of that would have nd GPU performance spent on it so not rendered I guess. However, when I run the command “sudo aticonfig libux it returns the following error: I would like to play games with better performance than what I’m getting after updating to Kubuntu I don’t know if it’ll help, but I had a similar problem an ARM Chromebook, the nvidia Tegra K1 video driver it ships with works with up through like Xorg 1.
Balvinder Rawat April 17, at 4: Very soon I will try to figure it out a resolve for that. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
In Linux mint 16 some libraries are not available.
Tried installing older kernel and older xserver-xorgbut ran into problems installing the actual drivers – there being no fglrx package in I know this procedure works on Carolus users with AMD are advised to stick with Hope this works for you. I had this Intel graphics before….
Standard Posted by Anup Kumar. Email required Address never made public. My first bug fix: If not do that first of all.
First of all download the following files and put in a separate folder so that you can access through the console. Maybe that was just me.
AMD Radeon™ HD 7670M on Ubuntu 12.04
After you restart, you can check which graphic cards are active using the following command in the terminal:. I have a Radeon HD m, running on ubuntu Did you try to install Gnome Shell? Thanks a lot for a quick reply.
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Can you please tell me what version of Ubuntu you are using?
Remember, I haven’t tested this. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Carolus 1 Did you download the packages given in the starting of the blog-post.
Hi Please try the following commands linxu seq: One thing makes me wonder.