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Catalyst Pro Linux driver causes kernel panic during install

Question asked by melvinsj on Mar 28, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 7, 2016 by tsorr

I have an AMD Firepro R5000 card and I'm trying to install the Catalyst Pro 15.201.2401 Linux driver.  I am running RHEL 6.7 64-bit and using the 2.6.32-573.18.1 kernel.  Whenever I try to install it on my system there is a kernel panic and then the system reboots.  I have the issue whether I build the rpm and use yum to install it or use the GUI and select the install driver option. The panic happens during the post install of the rpm.  When I run the GUI install the screen freezes when it says "Postprocessing Kernel Module".  The fglrx-install.log file under /usr/share/ati is empty.  Has anyone else seen an issue like this when installing this driver on RHEL 6.7?  I also booted the system from the 2.6.32-573 kernel and it had the same problem.