Probably because they're aware of the issues and don't touch the cards themselves. In this article we will consider how best to install the latest drivers for video cards. Thanks for your info in the previous post MintyMorkyMindy My Mint 17 display reduced to 1024x768 and could not be changed after some Mint updates yesterday. Any copying, including separate parts of texts or images the publication and republication, reprinting or any other dissemination of information, in whatever form and by whatever technical means it has not been, is strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of the publisher. Hi there, that's very different from what I experienced.
I had to type all this out as it wasn't possible to simply copy. I tried to remove the proprietary drivers using the Additional Drivers tool and it appears to remove them. When I installed the other one, I rebooted to the see the changed but it was awful. However after I reboot I cant get back into my desktop properly the panel and launcher go missing. I spent several hours trying to get it back to 1360x768 as it was before, but nothing I tried worked.
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After this operation, 12,3 kB of additional disk space will be used. I was faced to the same choice, and I thought it wasn't a bad idea to choose the driver with latest updates. Well, I was annoyed when I was told the driver needed a reboot to complete installation, and after I rebooted and configured my two monitors, I had to reboot yet again for the changed settings to become effective. Sure, it worked and it was running smoothly, I thought, but how deceived I was. I only want to have dual screen and I don't care about gaming. After that you need to open extract the file.
I changed my graphic card and I uninstall the nvidia drivers to install the amd ones, but I installed drivers for ubuntu 18. Hi there, I've come from Ubuntu, not Fedora, and then it's not all that different. There are a couple of work-arounds out there, none of which I found particularly reassuring, but as I had re-installed a few times that day, I took it on the chin and started afresh. But to be safe, I advise you to close a graphics session and continue with the installation in console: sudo service mdm stop Enter your username and password. For long and complicated questions prefer the other forums within the support section.
Does not work on recent versions of First check supportable driver for your graphics card. Or are there improved ones available somewhere that work with Mint? Now we can start the installation: sudo sh amd-driver-installer-15. Installation into Linux Mint 17. I tried to install newest fglrx drivers from but X server doesn't boot. Xau Error command could not be executed! I recently upgraded my os from Mint 17.
You can download ether of the 2 current versions for Ubuntu. This doesn't seem to be an isolated problem in 11. However, I get the following error. Try 'apt-get -f install' with no packages or specify a solution. It wasn't a clean reversion, something was corrupted, and the system was unable to output anything beyond basic graphics.
So I chose the other one, and that worked fine. Though, since I'm using Linux Mint 19 and it's base off of Ubuntu 18. With the builtin drivers of Mint I have 'ok' framerates at for example Kerbal Space Program. The driver supports X-Server 1. .