12 Replies Latest reply on Jul 7, 2014 10:58 PM by sudarshan

    How can I easily switch between driver versions on Linux?


      Using LKM functions (modprobe, rmmod, lsmod, etc) it is easy to install and change kernel-modules. I'd like to be able to easily switch between different versions of fglrx, so I can quickly test out a beta version for OpenCL-improvements, while not taking too many risks.


      Does anybody have tried this out, or has clues how to do this? Ofcourse after "service lightdm stop" and all those basics about LKM - my question is about managing different versions of the driver, and hot-switching between them without rebooting the machine.