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Installing Ubuntu Breezy on a Dell Inspiron 6400
We are talking about To post a comment you must log in. Doing lspci -nn grep VGA gives me:. First, I’ve tried Ubuntu Since it’s closed-source, only AMD can work on it and give efficient support, and the open-source community can generally not help you with problems.
Unsupported chips Ubuntu While i’ve seen it open on my Ubuntu The problem with ATI-proprietary drivers which are recommended by Ubuntu and the overall desktop experience is beyond only being a problem with Flash-videos. Email Required, but never shown. Run with nomodeset Try jbuntu from software and updates and use the one labelled open source, i should work for you.
Tried both 32 bit and 64 bit versions of Core i7 – Mother: Furthermore the Radeon driver supports some older chipsets that fglrx does not.
If you download and attempt to install any other drivers, you will only hose up your display big time, have to then remove x14000 drivers, and end up reinstalling 1×400 same open source drivers you already have.
Ubuntu automatically detects the ATI card and selects “ati” as the driver; then it. Discover the magic of the Internet. Kernel mode setting KMS is supported by the radeon driver and is mandatory and enabled by default Sign up using Email and Password.
acpi – Trying to run Ubuntu or with old ATI cards – Ask Ubuntu