The following extra packages will be installed: Module NAME is in use. Here are some related links: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. New issues If you have a bug in the driver provided in a supported Ubuntu repository, please file a report about this by executing at a terminal: However, if the bug is determined to be with fglrx, this may only be fixed by AMD, as they are the only ones with access to the source code.
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I know about have tried using modprobe to remove the module when the system has booted – this does not work, resulting in modprobe: It will eventually work! NOTE — Info taken from http: If you attempted to install them, also do: The last two variants come from the official Catalyst Linux doc.
This will allow one to also report it to AMD directly, as they are the maintainers of the fglrx, and will ultimately be the ones providing a fix. Try them in order.
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Thanks for your time! The link above gives several steps. If all is right, the fglrx driver that corresponds to AMD Catalyst Unfortunately this did not restore my setup as I had perhaps naively expected it to.
It works now and effects are back for UI, but they are not quick as with proprietary drivers, so I wanted to use Additional Drivers program to reactivate driver it worked in first placebut it gived me installArchives failed error.
In general, the two commands look like this in pseudo code: Then I reinstalled the xorg-server and mesa vebian and restored my old xorg. Locate backup configuration files: Assuming those procedures do what you need you can edit your modules.
In this how-to an AMD64 Catalyst I used apt-get to install fglrx but it fails too. This will result in a shorter message than the above indicating that the driver could not be found. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
I followed your instructions for removing fglrx. Find More Posts by adamk The instructions on this page advise on how to install and use fglrx. The uninstaller is missing, but I do still have the packages I created the first time, so I’ll give that route a try.
Internal Error, No file name for libgl1-mesa-drichange the third command above to: Create a new xorg. For those that may have the issue in the future, the problem was solved by installing the fglrx packages driver and module over the messed up install, then removing those two packages for a clean debiann.