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AMD Fire GL Drivers? Stuck in Unity 2D
So I just installed Ubuntu on my machine and then started Steam. Steam recommended that I install the experimental amd drivers, which i think said something about 'Xorg' on the Additional Drivers page that opened. I installed those and restarted. I then configured catalyst and finally got my 4 monitors all working (yay!), but now I seem to be stuck in Unity 2D. Any ideas how I can get Unity 3D back? Also, something kind of strage - I reopened the 'Additional Drivers' and now the option I had selected says 'ATI Fire GL' instead of what it said before about 'Xorg experimental'. It glows green but at the bottom says 'This driver is activated but not currently in use'.
Date Posted: Apr 22 @ 2:01pm