try download SDK 2.3. there was an example FindNumDevice. try run this one.
what is version of openGL which show glxgears for example? is even Xserver running?
glxgears produces the following output:
GL_RENDERER = AMD Radeon HD 6990
GL_VERSION = 4.1.10750 Compatibility Profile Context
GL_VENDOR = ATI Technologies Inc.
Well, looks like its now down to some sort of permissioning issue. After one of the latest reinstalls, I am able to get clinfo to detect the cards, but only when run as root.
Originally posted by: mjhorn I've tried the driver install both through ubuntu repositories (apt-get install fglrx) as well as downloading the ati installer and running it as you have described.
I agree at OpenCL seems installed correctly since it detects the CPU. However, if it were a Catalyst driver issue, wouldn't commands like fglrxinfo, or aticonfig --lsa not see the card correctly? Both do report the card, and I am able to use the card to display video if I actually attach a monitor.
Thanks to both of you for your help so far.
I suggest to have a look at the installation guide of the fglrx driver on this link, it may resolve all your problem...