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Bret397458
Journeyman III

Re: openCL linux debian bullseye / sid

Alain,

Indeed, AMD support for debian is trash, but your script to install opencl worked for me.  Thank You!! Happy New Year!

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Roesjka
Adept I

Re: openCL linux debian bullseye / sid

Alain Bon Année,

Do I just run the script or do I have to give some parameters?

For my RX 580 I have it working on Debian testing/bookworm as it doesn't need the amdgpu-dkms.

Installed it amdgpu-pro-21.30 driver with just amdgpu-install --opencl=legacy --headless --no-dkms which is fine for the RX580.

Bur I also have a RX 6600 XT and that one needs --opencl=rocr and in that case --no-dkms doesn't work as it faults on amdgpu-dkms and amdgpu-core. It would be nice to get them both working.

If I have to rollback to Debian buster for this to get working so be it.

Thanks for the scripts anyway.

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alainbrest29200
Adept II

Re: openCL linux debian bullseye / sid

Hi Roesjka
happy new year to you too .

here is my tuto : openCL sur AMD . 

the script I mention in my tuto is functional for RX 6000 .

scripts git RX 6000 

the scripts I describe for RX500 is working but with old versions of debian . until debian 10 / 11 .

RX 500 OpenCL Debian 10 / 11  

 

friendly .

if it could help you ...

For the moment, the amd repository does not work at all with debian.

or else, I am mistaken and I am in error.
but not sure.
yet I appreciate a lot the participation of the community ...
really nice.

Thanks a lot.

 

nb: Do I just run the script or do I have to give some parameters?

no , just take back the two scripts and run each other like you want .

normally , with no parameters .

 

 

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pioruns
Adept II

Re: openCL linux debian bullseye / sid

AMD, we still waiting for official Debian support!!!

pioruns
Adept II

Re: openCL linux debian bullseye / sid

2.5 months later, any news AMD????????

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alainbrest29200
Adept II

Re: openCL linux debian bullseye / sid

AMD has launched the ROCm (openCL) project.
ARCH has successfully developed it.
Fedora and Debian are currently working on it.
The porting and development of the ROCm project is currently in progress.
let's support developers and geeks .
friendly,
respectfully ,
alain .