Originally Posted by LArchimonde. Results 1 to 6 of 6. OK, thank you for fast reply. The Radeon driver is already pre-installed in Ubuntu. Screen flickering with Adobe Flash: All versions above are available only for the x86 and x architectures Debian i and AMD64 ports respectively. I did a little researching on this, and if I am correct there isn’t any.
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AMD/ATI Open Source Drivers (amdgpu, radeon, r128, mach64)
You may also wish to install tlp. The open source developers have worked very hard on the Radeon driver and it is just fine for the vast majority of users. Wrongly defaults to 8MB sometimes, see your logfile.
Graphics cards and APUs. Ardeon firmware can be provided by installing the firmware-amd-graphics or firmware-linux-nonfree package. Tags for this Thread ati radeondriver atiubuntu Join Date Mar Beans 8. Make sure your OpenGL renderer string does not say “software rasterizer” or liunx because that would mean you have no 3D hardware acceleration: This may be a bit late, but you can check out https: If you do and then have problems with your video configuration, try using the simplified version shown above.
It can be done with the following command: Drivers Support for newer AMD graphics hardware is provided by the xserver-xorg-video-amdgpu package.
AMD/ATI Proprietary Driver
Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt. Thanks for quick reply, and I hope that I am not asking too many stupid questions Other features include a PCI Express 2. ATIProprietary last modified For information on the open source drivers, see AtiHowTo.
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Overheating on VAIO SB36 Usually, the overheating problem in Ubuntu is related to the graphic card, and in your case, you have an Hybrid graphic card with the open source drivers. All trademarks used are properties of their respective owners. Its fan is just running very fast and noisy. Which ones and is there any at all. Note that you have to run all this everytime you boot up, unless you want to go the extra step of configuring it to perform automatically, which I have not tried.
The Radeon driver is already pre-installed in Ubuntu.
AtiHowTo – Debian Wiki
To know which version of the Linux kernel you have installed, type this text in a terminal window: Phoronix Linhx Suite OpenBenchmarking. This should greatly help power consumption, especially when idle. Restart your system to enable the radeon blacklist.
Also I found this: If you have a laptop that’s getting too hot, try setting the power management profile to low. I went online and searched, and I found a command to install drivers. I pretty much get everything I wanted from it, except some major things. Power Management Ubuntu Identifying your graphics card or APU First, check your graphic card name and chipset: I’ve just installed Ubuntu