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alainbrest29200
Journeyman III

Re: (Temporary) installation solution for 20.45 on Ubuntu 20.04.1, 20.04.2

I tried your solution, baszczer:

the uninstallation of hwe / oem , 5.6 , 5.8 , 5.1* kernels went well and the installation of GA kernel (5.4) also went well.

the installation of : "sudo ./amdgpu-pro-install -y --opencl=rocr".
also went very well,

but, at restart, in V.M. , gdm (the display manager) does not start.
installation is crashed .

Moreover, amdgpu-pro does not work with the 5.10 kernel, necessary for the RX 6000.

 

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baszczer
Adept III

Re: (Temporary) installation solution for 20.45 on Ubuntu 20.04.1, 20.04.2

I have RX 5700 XT. I had a similar problem and helped myself by disabling Wyland.

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alainbrest29200
Journeyman III

Re: (Temporary) installation solution for 20.45 on Ubuntu 20.04.1, 20.04.2

thank you baszczer .

before installing in hard, I test on a V.M. virtualbox.
ubuntu 20.04.2 kernel 5.8, X11 desktop.

so far, failure on all the line.

Your advice seems to work well baszczer, but on reboot, it crashes (ubuntu 20.04.1, V.M. kernel 5.4).

not normal, I think. or you have to explain something to me ...

 

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baszczer
Adept III

Re: (Temporary) installation solution for 20.45 on Ubuntu 20.04.1, 20.04.2

"or you have to explain something to me ..."

What explanation do you need?

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alainbrest29200
Journeyman III

Re: (Temporary) installation solution for 20.45 on Ubuntu 20.04.1, 20.04.2

why can amdgpu-pro (opencl=rocr) crash on ubuntu 20.04.1 in V.M. ?

Once installed (OpenCL), ubuntu crashes on reboot.

Where can it come from ?

the test in V.M. breaks me the graphic server. normal ?

thanks baszczer .

i only use X11 gnome desktop .

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baszczer
Adept III

Re: (Temporary) installation solution for 20.45 on Ubuntu 20.04.1, 20.04.2

"why can amdgpu-pro (opencl=rocr) crash on ubuntu 20.04.1 in V.M. ?"

I don't know.

"Where can it come from ? the test in V.M. breaks me the graphic server. normal ?"

I don't know.

In my case editing /etc/gdm3/custom.conf helped.

You could try uncomment WaylandEnable=false

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