Alan F alanfd wrote on I think that’s what happened to me. The Bug Title could be less ambiguous. According to the release notes for the drivers listed at http: I’d like to point out that the makson96 PPA is non-optimal as it downgrades X to 1.
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This has been shown to increase performance for some OpenGL workloads. Find More Posts by oldtechaa. This fixed the problem for me.
So you are in fact hitting this bug. Please stop quoting unofficial, non-AMD resources as fact. Perhaps instead we can get the open rzdeon Radeon driver working for you.
As well, as per http: This driver provides 2D and 3D acceleration in your video hardware.
AtiHowTo – Debian Wiki
Max, can you please give us the output from this? As it goes to the rest: As for removing the HWE stacks, I have not tried to do so but there are some guidelines at http: Do you have an experience with the downgrade of xserver on Ubuntu It would appear that the need for a proprietary Qti driver is moot.
David Jones dwrjdeactivatedaccount-deactivatedaccount-deactivatedaccount wrote on Old fglrx drivers wont work with new kernels, but old drivers and old kernels should work together just fine, so I’m not sure what is going on there – can you provide more linkx If ATI won’t fix this, oinux a PPA ought to be set up to allow the Xserver to be safely downgraded to one compatible with the legacy driver.
Has there been instances in the past where proprietary drivers were made available via the “hardware drivers” menu in “administration” after the GFX card was released?
AMD/ATI Open Source Drivers (amdgpu, radeon, r128, mach64)
I was planning on buying the Acer AS and am wondering if any proprietary drivers would be made mobilitu soon to install via the “hardware drivers” menu in “administration”. Download the driver packages from your distro’s repos and use that. Alan F alanfd wrote on Daniel Letzeisen dtldeactivatedaccount wrote on The conclusive way to determine this would be to test that driver on the FireStream on an earlier version of Ubuntu which does not have XServer 1.
Marking Triaged Wishlist, as the issues surrounding this bug report have been identified by the Ubuntu X team as per https: Daniel Letzeisen dtldeactivatedaccount on Check the version of Ubuntu you have installed: Max Bowsher, thank you for your comments. I ardeon with eclipse and I keep on loosing the window, at first I tought eclipse was crashing but all processes were there, is just the windows that were gone from the desktop.
You can no longer downgrade back to an old copy of Don’t forget the “. In the release notes, all I could find was that the Ati mobility radeon HD was supported, it didn’t state anything about the Identifying your graphics card or APU First, check your graphic card name and chipset: Mobiliyt More Posts by ondoho View Blog.
integrated ATI Radeon HD Video Driver. Help!
I would like to know if there is anything else that I can try, because I really like Ubuntu and would like to have to login to windows only when I absolutely h to. I think that’s what happened to me.