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Zebro
May 26th, 2010, 07:08 PM
Hi,

I have a new ubuntu 10.04 amd64 installation (kernel 2.6.32-22) with a Mobility Radeon HD 3650. I tried to install the fglrx drivers from ati via the Software-Center and via apt-get. After installation, when starting the ATI CCC the following error message (sorry in german) appears:

"Beim Initialisieren der Catalyst Control Center Linux-Version ist ein Problem aufgetreten. Mögliche Gründe dafür sind:
Es ist kein ATI-Grafiktreiber installiert oder der ATI-Treiber funktioniert nicht ordnungsgemäß.
Bitte installieren Sie den richtigen Treiber für Ihre ATI-Hardware oder verwenden Sie den Befehl aticonfig."

Translation: Driver is either not correctly installed or it does not work properly.

If I try to execute fglrxinfo in the console I get a "segmentation fault".
I think I do not have to say that the driver does not work. I have removed and reinstalled the driver several times.

Anybody encountered something similar or knows how to deal with this?

Zebro

Zebro
June 1st, 2010, 01:24 PM
I still have this problem. No one any idea?

obscurant1st
June 3rd, 2010, 02:43 PM
same issue here!! :(

TBABill
June 3rd, 2010, 03:00 PM
Try here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Troubleshooting/FglrxInteferesWithRadeonDriver

Chemtox
June 9th, 2010, 12:00 PM
Looks like the driver is not being used at all. The automated installation sometimes doesn't creates an xorg.conf file, no idea why, so X keeps on using the xorg drivers.

You can check which driver are you running executing this from a terminal inside X:


perl -n0077 -e 'print "Using driver $1 v$3 by $2.\n" while /Module (radeon|fglrx|intel|nvidia|nv|vesa): vendor="([^"]+)"\n.*version = (\S+)/img;' /var/log/Xorg.${DISPLAY:1:1}.log

If the result is not fglrx, try
sudo aticonfig --initial to create a basic xorg.conf, and restart X.