Doesn't look like there is any support for Linux bois in this forum and that is a shame.
rig specs and which distribution are you using?
24 Gbs of Ram
should be drivers in the repository
open a shell and run
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
and see if there is a driver there, should be something
I have AMDGPU Pro install. The problem is after I installed them my secondary 19" vga monitor w/dvi-I adapter stop getting signal. The set up works on Windows and worked before I install AMDGPU Pro drivers.t. I pulled my 32" in tv from the living room and hooked it up and it worked no problem doing the multiple monitor thing. I swapped my 24" DVI-D monitor over to the DVI-I port and it works. Some reason analog isnt getting out of the DVI-I port. I have hdmi to vga adapter coming in tomorrow(hopefully before NMS's release to PC at 6 GMT) or saturday. :/ hopefully it will work.
W: The repository 'file:/var/opt/amdgpu-pro ./ Release' does not have a Release file.N: Data from such a repository can't be authenticated and is therefore potentially dangerous to use.N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details
W: The repository 'file:/var/opt/amdgpu-pro ./ Release' does not have a Release file.
N: Data from such a repository can't be authenticated and is therefore potentially dangerous to use.
N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details
The driver is working since games are able to run at higher settings with it installed.
I use HDMI which seems to be working with my cards which have it built in
My issue was getting my vga monitor to work with a dvi-i adapter. I never got it to work. I have since ordered a hdmi to vga adaptor and it works fine.
Sad that I could not get my vga/dvi adaptor.
If you are still using VGA, it's time for a more recent LED based panel, it will pay for itself in power saving
Confirmed. AMDGPU Pro gives me almost identical performance on a dual-boot installed Windows 10 for Unigine benchmarks and other cross-platform OpenGL software (jMonkeyEngine SDK in my case). And yes, it was slower before.
Edit: The increased performance comes with a price tag. I had to notice that video playback with the Ubuntu standard video player, Totem, does not work anymore. I just get a black screen.
I have gentoo...
No privative driver at all, only kernel one, works, but not as in ubuntu...
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