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Linux. CCC. Scale Settings is absent.

Question asked by thunderamur on Apr 28, 2014
Latest reply on Sep 10, 2014 by msdivy

I installed last stable Catalyst 14.4 from official site

I use HDMI. By default, with HDMI connections the screen is compressed. To fix problem should go to CCC - DTV(1) - Adjustment - Scale Settings and set scrollbar on 0%. That need to be done the same on Linux and Windows versions Catalyst with HDMI connections. Generally I sure that compressed screen with HDMI connections by default is not right and not friendly to user.

But in Linux Catalyst that options (CCC - DTV(1) - Adjustment - Scale Settings and set scrollbar on 0%) is absent.

In Catalyst from official repository this ability is on place. To set normal size of screen I was forced to remove fglrx-amdcccle from site (14.4) and install one from official repositories Ubuntu 14.04. Now I have fglrx from site (14.4) + fglrx-amdcccle from official repositories.


See screenshot in attachment.