My end goal is to remove all remnants of the fglrx driver and restore the open-source drivers as default. The most thorough removal attempt involves running two commands. Next step is to reinstall mesa and libdrm. Thanks for the advice, I’ll let you know how it turns out! Also, any comments on what I may have done wrong when uninstalling the first time, using the Slackware system, will definitely be welcome as I’m still new to the Slackware method of doing things. The following may correct the problem. Skip the first command if it does not exist.
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Internal Error, No file name for libgl1-mesa-drichange the third command above to:. To switch, select the graphics you want to run. If you exhaust all the variants of the first command without anything executing, consider the job done.
Package build utility output: Once you sort out the issue as indicated above through the Synaptic Package Managerthe problem of broken packages should be resolved. I used then Additional Drivers program to activate proprietary drivers and it worked without any problems!!
Save a backup copy of xorg.
AMD/ATI Proprietary Driver
Please use proper commands and show the proper output. Now, execute the second command. The ATI proprietary drivers overwrite some files from stock Slackware packages.
However, there are several possible variants of the first command. The original Xorg configuration file was automatically restored for me by the above steps.
Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt. When you get one that works, you are done and you can move on to the second command: What is the output of ‘glxinfo grep -i render’. Skip the first command if it does not exist.
Unfortunately this did not restore my setup as I had perhaps naively expected it to. Mesa and the Xserver packages will need to be reinstalled afterward well, perhaps “need” is a bit strong, but do it anyway.
There could be more variants than shown above, although these are uninstakl only two listed in the official Catalyst Linux doc.
Post as a guest Name. Driver is installed and I run sudo aticonfig –initial to finish installation.
I did modprobe -vr – the r to remove the module, and the v to show what it did. That’s when I installed the.
Which should be handled easily by your package manager or make install. Sign up or log in Sign vebian using Google.
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[SOLVED] How-to uninstall older fglrx drivers
As stated in the link I sent you. Installation via the Ubuntu repositories Ubuntu offers the following fglrx drivers that are supported only in Ubuntu Give me the exact command you used. You may need to install the linux generic headers sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic Install the driver For When you get one that works, you are done and you can move on to the second command:.