Install drivers for ATI video card on Ubuntu

Install drivers for ATI video card on Ubuntu
The modern Linux distributions today support most of the drivers and the system after installation, users can use almost immediately. However, just like Windows, with the machine using a discrete graphics card such as ATI or nVidia, the Linux system would require all to install a special driver. Thereby, the system can exploit the strengths of GPU graphics as well as avoid the state of suspension, shock during use.   Meanwhile I installed the new drivers for the ATI Radeon HD 5450 on Ubuntu 4.12, in general there is nothing new, but I would gather from a few sources with content much better than it's Vietnamese.   First, select the server to process Vietnam would be much faster download:     If your video card is officially supported by Ubuntu, the system will require installing additional drivers in the "Additional Drivers". You can install Ubuntu by opening the lens, look for Additional Driver, select the "ATI / AMD proprietary fglrx graphics driver" and click "Activate" on the lower right corner. The tool will automatically find, download and install the driver. After installation, you'll notice the familiar icon in Ubuntu AMD Catalyst Lens.     The time now with ATI, AMD has recently updated drivers for Linux to version 6.12 to support the Linux Kernel 3.4. Accordingly, the AMD Catalyst 6.12 driver support for additional GPU (R600/R700) and Xorg-Server 1.12.   Also, you can install ATI driver for the machine in case of driver is not in the "Additional Drivers". How do the following:   A. Preparation:   Before deciding to install, you need to check your graphics card supports Linux machine or not through this list:   Next, remove the driver had set the previous installation, open Terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T), copy (Ctrl + C) and paste the following command into Terminal pane (Ctrl + Shift + V):   sudo sh / usr / share / ati / sudo apt-get remove - purge fglrx * fglrx_ * fglrx fglrx-dev-amdcccle * Two. Install the dependencies:   You need to install some dependencies for the system, perform the copy / paste similar in frame Terminal:   sudo apt-get install build-essential cdbs fakeroot dh-make debhelper DKMS debconf libstdc + +6 libqtgui4 wget dh-modaliases execstack libelfg0   sudo apt-get install ia32-libs If you use Ubuntu 64-bit version, use the following command:   sudo apt-get install ia32-libs-multiarch sudo apt-get install i386 lib32gcc1 sudo apt-get install libc6-i386 3. Download AMD Catalyst 6.12:   You go to AMD's support site here and set up the necessary information to download the driver:   Step 1: Select the system is integrated video card, there may be a desktop (Desktop Graphics) or laptop computer (Notebook Graphics). Step 2: Choose the product line, where you select Radeon HD Series, in addition to many other card like the FireGL or FirePro Mobility Series, ... Step 3: Select the model, where you want to install drivers for the Radeon HD 5450 card should be a model Mobility Radeon HD 5xxx. Step 4: Select the operating system, you choose Linux x86, if you use the select 64-bit Ubuntu Linux x86_64   After setup is complete, click the Display Result button and select Download to download the installer.   4. AMD Catalyst 6.12 installed in Terminal:   This way for those who prefer to use command line in Ubuntu.   By default when downloading, the browser will save the driver file in the folder "Downloads", you use the command-oriented into your Downloads folder:   cd / home / user_name / Downloads In the "user_name" is your login name on the Ubuntu system. If you saved in another folder note oriented path to the directory containing the driver files.   File driver download will have the form "amd-driver-installer-12-6-x86.x86_64", enter the following command to check whether this driver supports any operating system Ubuntu:   sudo sh-driver-installer - listpkg In his case it was the code name will be 12:04 to Ubuntu / Precise sudo sh-driver-installer - buildpkg Ubuntu / Precise Terminal will ask you to enter the root password, you enter and the system will automatically extract and install the relevant package. Wait a bit until the process is complete. When completing the process, we will have the files installed, we will have the same package as follows fglrx_8.980-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb amdcccle_8.980-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb fglrx- dev_8.980-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb fglrx- Installing this package sudo dpkg-i *. deb Run configuration after installation is complete sudo aticonfig - initial Five. AMD Catalyst 6.12 installed directly:   If you do not like to use command line, you can directly install driver as on Windows. How to proceed as follows:   You right click on the downloaded driver file> select Properties> Permissions tab> Allow thực hiện stick in the box as program files> Close     You double-click the driver file, select Run in Terminal. After unpacking, a new window will appear tutorial you install, you simply click Next and Finish.     6. See the results:   After installation, you continue typing the following command in Terminal:   sudo aticonfig - initial The command will execute and reboot the system. If everything goes smoothly, AMD Catalyst 6.12 driver is installed on your system and start working. To confirm the driver is performing well or not, open Terminal and type:   fglrxinfo Terminal will display information indicating the configuration of your machine's GPU.   To set the GPU, you open the lens and find Ubuntu AMD Catalyst Control Center (Administrative):     Wish you success.   This article has the support of two he: sonlazio and bk9sw, thank ...


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