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Josh 7 jul. 2013 a las 12:56
AMD APU on Ubuntu?
Hi, I was wondering if anyone had successfully gotten an AMD APU to work in Ubuntu? I've tried the default drivers, the FGLRX drivers, the driver straight from AMD's site (which might be the same thing), and none of them can even play a video. I tried installing Red Orchestra, but it just showed the popup splash screen and froze. Steam can't even go into big picture mode with it, so I assume all accelerated rendering is nonfunctional.

Has anyone gotten an AMD APU to work on Linux?
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DerRidda 7 jul. 2013 a las 13:19 
Oh hello, Josh. I'm currently running a Netbook (next to my desktop) with an AMD E-450 APU and it runs very well (for AMD on Linux) haven't tried RO:OST but CS:S is working, although at low fps, I'm either running the latest FGLRX provided by Jockey or just downloaded the debs right from the xorg egders PPA. http://ppa.launchpad.net/xorg-edgers/ppa/ubuntu/pool/main/f/
They say you shouldn't use individual packages from the PPA but you know what you are doing I guess.

When you used the AMD provided installer, did you just install it or build packages and installed those?
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Josh 7 jul. 2013 a las 13:37 
I have an A series APU. I'm about to return it to the store since it doesn't seem to be supported in Linux.

I tried:
Both listed closed-source drivers in System Settings > Additional driver.
ATI current and beta drivers straight from their site.
Installing via "sudo apt-get install fglrx".
Installing from "xserver-xorg-graphics-amd" (or whatever it was).

None of these drivers can even play a YouTube video without freezing.
Doc Holliday 7 jul. 2013 a las 13:47 
Publicado originalmente por Josh:
I have an A series APU. I'm about to return it to the store since it doesn't seem to be supported in Linux.

I tried:
Both listed closed-source drivers in System Settings > Additional driver.
ATI current and beta drivers straight from their site.
Installing via "sudo apt-get install fglrx".
Installing from "xserver-xorg-graphics-amd" (or whatever it was).

None of these drivers can even play a YouTube video without freezing.
you need the Catalyst 13.6 Beta to get APU's to work far as i know. Note from the AMD site AMD A10, A8, A6, and A4 Series APUs
Última edición por Doc Holliday; 7 jul. 2013 a las 13:50
Josh 7 jul. 2013 a las 13:51 
Yep, I am running "amd-driver-installer-catalyst-13-6-beta-x86.x86_64.zip" right now and it says "Testing use only" in the lower right-hand corner. Same behavior, just a YouTube video makes it freeze.
Doc Holliday 7 jul. 2013 a las 14:04 
Publicado originalmente por Josh:
Yep, I am running "amd-driver-installer-catalyst-13-6-beta-x86.x86_64.zip" right now and it says "Testing use only" in the lower right-hand corner. Same behavior, just a YouTube video makes it freeze.
i uninstall it and reinstall it using the wiki here http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Ubuntu
Josh 7 jul. 2013 a las 14:08 
The last thing I can do is reinstall Ubuntu, then install the beta driver from AMD. Then I take the computer apart and return the pieces.
MarcoDePollo 7 jul. 2013 a las 14:18 
Just out of curiosity, which Ubuntu-version are you running?
John Noob doesn´t play ranked 7 jul. 2013 a las 14:46 
Is an graphic driver problem? or is a flash problem? which browser are you using? Chrome?
Josh 7 jul. 2013 a las 15:38 
Here's what I did:
-Performed a clean install of Ubuntu 12.04.
-Installed AMD beta driver from their site (amd-driver-installer-catalyst-13-6-beta-x86.x86_64.run).
-Restarted. The AMD "Testing use only" watermark appears, indicating the driver is active.
-Installed the latest version of the Flash plugin.
-Installed Steam.

Results:
-If I view a YouTube video in FireFox or Chromium, the program stops responding.
-If I switch Steam to Big Picture mode, nothing happens. The entire screen becomes nonresponsive.
-I didn't bother downloading a 2 gb game for the fifth time, but last time I tried launching Counterstrike: Source the screen turned black and nothing happened.
Última edición por Josh; 7 jul. 2013 a las 15:38
MarcoDePollo 7 jul. 2013 a las 15:48 
Depending on the year/model of the APU, you might have more success with a newer Ubuntu.
Doc Holliday 7 jul. 2013 a las 16:12 
whats it install .Deb?, and, did you preinstall the 32bit packages?, in 12.04 you have to do a full update and upgrade befor installing Steam, or Driver's, or it will not pull in the package's needed. it's said to see them not update the installer, for there flag ship OS (AKA Lazy)
i say it is one of the following
A you was missing package's when installing the driver
B have a BAD APU
C Bios need's updated
D Ubuntu 12.04 is to far out of date
E AMD Catalyst Sucks

we know the AMD A10-6800K run's well on Linux http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=amd_radeon_hd8670d&num=1
Última edición por Doc Holliday; 7 jul. 2013 a las 16:18
RegSizedRudy 7 jul. 2013 a las 17:32 
Did anyone notice on the AMD APU you cant switch TTY sessions ?
DerRidda 7 jul. 2013 a las 18:48 
Works on my netbook. One thing I remembered: Whenever you install fglrx for the first time you should run "sudo aticonfig --initial" to write an initial xorg.conf.
Josh 7 jul. 2013 a las 20:53 
I reinstalled Ubuntu, ran the update manager, restarted, installed the ATI beta driver above, restarted...and got the exact same result.
DerRidda 7 jul. 2013 a las 21:27 
Just for the lols: Grab a really up-to-date distro that uses Kernel 3.10, like Arch or even the Ubuntu Saucy daily image, it doesn't have to be stable. And see how that video works with the free drivers only, there were some massive graphics improvements for Kernel 3.10.
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