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How To Install AMDGPU-PRO On Ubuntu 16.04 (Guide)

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A quick tutorial video for installing the AMD proprietary driver on Ubuntu 16.04. Recommended that you watch the video in at least 720p for clarity of text. I have included English subtitles to assist you, just enable it in CC. This video is meant for beginners who have just done a fresh install of Ubuntu 16.04 on their computers or are currently running the open source drivers and want to use the proprietary driver for their AMD card. Step-by-step: 1. Make sure you have an Internet Connection. 2. Download the AMDGPU-PRO driver from their website. 3. Right click and Extract the driver file. 4. Open a new terminal, type in 'cd' without the quotes and then pull the driver folder into the terminal and hit Enter. 5. Type in the same terminal the following and hit Enter: sudo ./amdgpu-pro-install 6. Restart Ubuntu once it's done. 7. You're done! To check that it installed successfully, open a Terminal. Enter the following: dpkg -l amdgpu-pro It should now list out the amdgpu-pro driver and it's version number AMD driver link: https://www2.ati.com/drivers/linux/ubuntu/amdgpu-pro-16.40-348864.tar.xz Please note, if you're using a hybrid/crossfire/laptop things may be different. I will not be able to assist you here as AMD's own drivers struggle to work properly in these scenarios. My main computer rig specs: CPU - Intel i7-4770 3.4Ghz GPU - AMD R7 260X 1GB RAM - 16GB DDR3 ADATA 1600MHz OS - Ubuntu 16.04 64Bit/Windows 10 Pro 64Bit (Dual Boot) Video recorded using: Media Express Blackmagic Intensity Pro 4k Audacity 2.1.2 Blue Yeti Mic Video edited using the following software: KDENLIVE 15.12.3 GIMP 2.8.16 Download Ubuntu 16.04 and 16.10 for free: http://www.ubuntu.com/ Download GIMP 2.8.16 for free: http://www.gimp.org/ My small development blog: techpromad.wordpress.com My alias in ubuntuforums.org: myromance123 About me: I'm just a Malaysian, who loves Ubuntu and Linux, and more so gaming!
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lwvmobile (24 days ago)
I didn't know you could drag a folder into a terminal. Hey, I learned something new today.
lwvmobile (24 days ago)
I didn't know you could drag a folder into a terminal. Hey, I learned something new today.
Chr1st0ph (25 days ago)
I got an AMD FirePro W5170M in a Dell Precision 7510 ( bought in December 2016 ), and last driver for Linux is from Januay 2015. Now I cannot upgrade my OS version. Total joke by Dell and AMD. Looks like support is done according to the revenue stream. I will not buy Dell or AMD anymore
RiPSHiT-TearYourAss (1 month ago)
Hi there! I just installed this a few hours ago on Ubuntu 16.04 and now everytime I boot I get a black screen with nothing on it. Anyway to fix this? Please don't suggest options that require putting in commands unless they're for the grub menu, I can't bring up a terminal whatsoever.
JaegerTonch Tutoriales (1 month ago)
I had the problem when restarting the laptop, the system did not start, the solution was to stop the presentation in black screen type ctrl + alt + (f1 or f2) depends on your device, login mode will appear and write: sudo apt-get remove amd * then: sudo reboot and ready.
RR (1 month ago)
Thank you sir and how to install amd driver on ubuntu 18.04.1 ?
mr juures (2 months ago)
This is not work on linux mint
Reinis Miks (2 months ago)
what if only intel 5500is shown?In windows and specifications I had R7 M260 GPU
RodJitter (2 months ago)
Thank you so much,
Rakly3 (2 months ago)
"God damn why won't this work?!" Looks at rig... GPU's are not plugged in.
vapon (3 months ago)
Hardware list updated https://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/AMDGPU-PRO-Driver-for-Linux-Release-Notes.aspx
Qubit 093 (4 months ago)
Error! Bad return status for module build on kernel: 4.13.0-41-generic (x86_64) Consult /var/lib/dkms/amdgpu/17.40-492261/build/make.log for more information i cannot boot after TTY -7 its stuck on dev/sda1: clean
Abhid Islam (6 months ago)
Annoyingly, I can't use Ubuntu 16.04 or higher since my old APU doesn't support the new drivers so can't function without flgrx.
adeel ahmad (6 months ago)
I am working on Radeon R7 M260/M265 ( [AMD/ATI] Topaz XT [Radeon R7 M260/M265] ) Graphic processor. Do you have idea which driver will suit here. I am using Linux mint 18.03 which is based on Ubuntu 16.04. Thank you
Ahmed Elsayed (7 months ago)
There are no Ubuntu driver for HD 8750m for more than 2 years!
plasta fierce (7 months ago)
um when i do that once i get past lockscreen it will just keep booting me back out to lockscreen
Stefan Avetisyan (7 months ago)
Плохой образец. Неопытный юзер может столкнуться с неуввязками.
metalg33ksolid (8 months ago)
i have a rx 570 sapphire nitro but i cant find the driver :c please anyone had the same problem? i tried all day and cant find it, any help will be really appreciated
metalg33ksolid (7 months ago)
Thomas Burton i use ethos and its amazing you don't need to install any driver
Thomas Burton (7 months ago)
metalg33ksolid same card, same problem I keep running into random into a different problem with each approach I take. Did you find a solution?
daniel fook (8 months ago)
Bang,dalam versionni mcm mana blh buka AMD control central? terima kasih sangat!!!!
RX580 here, had to ./amdgpu-pro-install --px instead. Beats me what px does both otherwise it enters save mode on log in.
Milhos Sihuay (8 months ago)
rx 480 ty
InStars (8 months ago)
Did not boot after installing on R9 390X Got this weird error on boot: /dev/sdd2: clean, 206682/30498016 files, 12044956/121968656 blocks
Jarren Briscoe (8 months ago)
there's an uninstall .sh file in the folder. I don't remember the full name, yet it's the only .sh that has "uninstall" in the name
Beqa Maxata (8 months ago)
how to uninstal it? which command?
Beqa Maxata (8 months ago)
how?
do "./amdgpu-pro-install --px" instead.
Jarren Briscoe (8 months ago)
same problem. I had to ctrl+alt+f1, uninstall, and restart. Still can't get any of amd's drivers to work
shameem hussain (8 months ago)
how to enable directgma for AMD in ubuntu?
beadon1 (9 months ago)
it looks like you're getting errors in your UI, the package *is* installed as you check with the package manager, but the drivers are not getting used by Ubuntu (you need to confirm that with the X server). If you follow the error messages closely you will see that X windows is actually defaulting to software rendering.
J 40 (9 months ago)
Just used this tutorial to successfully install my new r7 240 card in Ubuntu Mate 16.04.3-thanks!
Christopher Staples (9 months ago)
How can i get amdgpu and radeon working together? the mesa drivers also seems to be 3x faster , but I want to use opencl with out this error amdgpu_device_initialize: DRM version is 2.50.0 but this driver is only compatible with 3.x.x. Segmentation fault (core dumped) which i get if radeon is not blacklisted [email protected]:~$ lspci -nnk | grep -i vga -A3 | grep 'in use' Kernel driver in use: radeon Kernel driver in use: amdgpu [email protected]:~$ lspci -nnk | grep -i vga -A3 | grep 'in use' | grep -EA2 'VGA|3D' [email protected]:~$ lspci -k | grep -EA2 'VGA|3D' 00:01.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Trinity [Radeon HD 7660D] Subsystem: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Trinity [Radeon HD 7660D] Kernel driver in use: radeon -- 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Hawaii PRO [Radeon R9 290] Subsystem: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Hawaii PRO [Radeon R9 290] Kernel driver in use: amdgpu
Carl Kolthoff (8 months ago)
Christopher Staples I finally got OpenCL working on RX 550 in Ubuntu 17.10. Here's what I did: 1. Remove ALL previous OpenCL associations. :~$ dpkg --get-selections |grep opencl :~$ sudo apt autoremove [whateveroutputyougotfrompreviouscommand] 2. Download and install the AMDGPU-Pro Beta Driver version 17.40. This is the only driver version that seems to work with this card. :~$ ./amdgpu-pro-install --compute 3. Follow AMDs instructions "Enabling Large Page Support" to edit grub.
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Carlos Vazquez (9 months ago)
Thanks, Champ!
Anthelme Kouassi (9 months ago)
Then you redownload and reinstall using the ./amdgpu-pro-install --px in the extracted folder
Anthelme Kouassi (9 months ago)
Okay for login loop make your system in boot mod and write it sudo apt autoremove amdgpu-pro
repnescas (10 months ago)
AMD GPU-PRO - SHIT! Open driver is more better
WorthlessVids (10 months ago)
wow its actually downloading idk if it's gonna work but it's actually downloading
WorthlessVids (10 months ago)
didn't work qq
Jack Newton (11 months ago)
Erm...I get the boot grub on startup and when I enter Ubuntu it shows a screen telling me that low graphics mode is turned on. When I continue, I'm just stuck on a black screen with some pointless text.
Dipak Khakhlary (11 months ago)
I have installed it in radeon r4 graphics please help now it's showing nothing black screen huhuhu I'm crying
Aqua (11 months ago)
Works in ubuntu 17.04?
Jon Snow (5 months ago)
no, but 18.04 ltsb maybe will work
Jean Carlos Oliveira (11 months ago)
Black screen after restart, please help-me
Jean Carlos Oliveira (11 months ago)
Jorge Arturo Pérez Arcos cool, i Will try on my mint 18 TKS friends
Jorge Arturo Pérez Arcos (11 months ago)
I had Ubuntu 16.04 and the same problems, black screen. The problem was caused for the linux kernel, if you used the console like root from the grub options, you'd realize the problems in the amdgpu-pro error log. THE SOLUTION, just upgrade your linux kernel, in my case (Ubuntu 16.04), I upgraded to 4.5 and that was all, the next time I installed amdgpu-pro I had no problems. :)
Jean Carlos Oliveira (11 months ago)
Jorge Arturo Pérez Arcos yeah, i install the Linux mint, more i cant use the amdgpu top :( i install Win in other hard disk for games André Linux for surf on Net.
Jorge Arturo Pérez Arcos (11 months ago)
Just uninstall from root terminal when you start your PC.
Hildo Quetz (1 year ago)
Thanks !
Ian Mc (1 year ago)
IF you install this (Linux) and get a black screen or forced into a login loop. Uninstall the amdgpu-pro and then reinstall it with "./amdgpu-pro-install --compute" without quotes. You can get into terminal even if in black screen by cntrl+alt+F2 Good luck
Edwin Pitters (5 months ago)
THANKS!!!!
Piedfighter (9 months ago)
Thank you. That worked great.
Gprime31 (11 months ago)
Works like a charm +10000!
ViveK Panchal (1 year ago)
i am using switchable graphic cards and my amd catalyst driver. i did what you just did and it makes me logout and i couldnt login again help please. i want to use full power of my swtichable graphics card
Ian Mc (1 year ago)
My above comment might help you. Good luck
charlie brownau (1 year ago)
Do you happen to know how to use the AMD pro video driver with Linux Mint 18.2 mate ?
charlie brownau (1 year ago)
Gday. Good video . I just installed Linux today
Carlos Bah (1 year ago)
Never use amdgpu-pro in a R9 380. 17.10 Ubuntu 16.04.02. I tried and ended up having to reinstall ubuntu again because all I got was a black screen, no signal at all.
Jorge Arturo Pérez Arcos (11 months ago)
You don't need to reinstall Ubuntu... hahahaha. Only uninstall amdgpu-pro, upgrade your linux kernel, reinstall amdgpu and voila.
antone rich (1 year ago)
I have the same issue with my RX 460. Every works fine until you reboot
Ian Mc (1 year ago)
See my above comment. Might help you, if you haven't got it already.
Juan Salas (1 year ago)
in my laptop i can see Radeon 5/Radeon 5 but just that and i don't know what series is. someone can help me?
Andrey T (1 year ago)
doesnt work for me( My current card ATI 7850m and i tried on Ubuntu 17.10
jarednclark (1 year ago)
As a Ubuntu newb let me just say thank you for this.
Night_Wolf (1 year ago)
Guys please, after starting i cant get into my account(guest to), when i try to write pass,comming black screen and this message(dev/sda8 clean 00000filex/00000blocks) and then it comes back to lock screen
Supra Levamentum (1 year ago)
same
Márton Csuhaj (1 year ago)
What about amd radeon r5 230?
Luciano (1 year ago)
Man, how i can use control fan and other features in Ubuntu if i have a RX 480?
WorthlessVids (10 months ago)
if i find a way i will tell you i also got a rx 480
Frovis (1 year ago)
I have AMD Radeon R7 M460 and even though i wrote the command, it did not show anything related to AMD. Also when i tried hardinfo it showed me that my graphic card is Radeon R7 260M series...... Can someone pls help me ?
AGB Champ (1 year ago)
doesn't work for me login loop
Jon Snow (5 months ago)
turn off secure boot in bios, and install amdgpu-pro
Ian Mc (1 year ago)
When you go to install it try this "./amdgpu-pro-install --compute" without quotes. I had same issue. You can search that install and go to askubuntu. Pain, but it works. When you install all of amdgpu pro drivers you get some kind of conflict with light dm.
SRS Shred (1 year ago)
i have r9 280x , there is no way that the 285x drivers work fine with my gpu ???
thecow275 (1 year ago)
AWW FUCK no linux mint support
Phillip Medlin (1 year ago)
if you are on Mint 18 you can install them. I'm running them on a 4.8 kernel on Mint 18 with my r9-290. Just look through this guide, and read the comments on all 5 pages. There was a file that needed to be edited to point to mint instead of ubuntu. https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=229229 Good luck!
Kobuxz (1 year ago)
after rebooting my monitor lost signal, I have the exact same gpu as you do and followed all steps. Any fix for that?
Supra Levamentum (1 year ago)
same
wilder9777 (1 year ago)
bro you genius
ciko 2283 (1 year ago)
What to do if you have R5 230?
lovely (1 year ago)
honestly, thankyou so much!
Party of One (1 year ago)
i keep getting 'Unsupported OS'. Anyone know a workaround?
Mr. Hankey (1 year ago)
In the end, it says : Package amdgpu-pro-lib32 cant be found. Pls help...
prayiN (1 year ago)
Is there a way to install amd drivers on ubuntu 16.10?
김종욱 (1 year ago)
thank you so much. you're a good man to me!
NerdCaveGaming 22 (1 year ago)
This is great, you made it so simple and easy to understand. I just got ubuntu so i am a noob.
Hagbard Celine (1 year ago)
you shall be granted with likes, subs and THANKS
sonic2kk (1 year ago)
I have version 16.60 of this driver installed successfully, however I cannot seem to get Vulkan to work. I can confirm that the driver is installed, as some programs I know don't work with it crash. The steps on AMD's website do not work, and one of the ways I can confirm this is that the Dolphin emulator's Vulkan backend gives me an error when I select it. Could you possibly make a video showing how to install Vulkan with this driver? Thanks.
automatic (1 year ago)
IS THAT AVAILABLE R9 390 NITRO TRI X OC AMD DRIVER
Fuzzy Lobster (1 year ago)
automatic bleach please
John Bania (1 year ago)
I changed out a sapphire 3GB GPU Tahiti XT Radeon HD 7970 R9 280X for a AMD rx480. What a let down while running XPlane 11. I switched it back. I am returning the RX480 tommorow.
Evert Guzman (1 year ago)
John Bania X plane is extremely cpu heavy.
Sean Robinson JR (1 year ago)
Do you have a tutorial for how to install AMD Radeon HD 5450 graphics cards on the latest Ubuntu?
Cactoos Belde (1 year ago)
I have the 380 2gb but this method does not works to me in kububtu 16.04 lts. do I miss something? every time I start the system, desktop does not start. do I need to make anything else? thanks.
Quacksack123 (1 year ago)
Thank you so much man!
Spicey (1 year ago)
i installed them and now theres a checkered texture bug going on. pls help
i have r9 m265x will i be ok ?
lahmeri amine (1 month ago)
same here
Luan Costa (1 year ago)
Did you test it? I also have that one in my dell laptop but in their list is not supported
Narro (1 year ago)
i have an r9 280x and of course its not on the fucking list
max enzo (1 year ago)
i too have the card,they are assholes fucking amd is a joke on product support...i think it will be the last products i use from them.
Agent K77 (1 year ago)
it worked it just made my 2nd monitor stop working any help?
StfN222 (1 year ago)
I have r7 370 , will it work lol ?
Mihai Alexandru (1 year ago)
I got R9 280x two of them , but they are not listed
Mr Duck (1 year ago)
Thanks
fabricio Da ROSA (1 year ago)
i have r7 260x and ubuntu 16.10 can i downloaded it? cause i dont find the driver jesus
Marcos gomeS (1 year ago)
dpkg -l amdgpu-pro returned me | Status=Not/Inst/Conf-files/Unpacked/halF-conf/Half-inst/trig-aWait/Trig-pend |/ Err?=(none)/Reinst-required (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
Alex Stone (1 year ago)
dammit amd, i have r7 265 and THEY DONT FUCKING SUPPORT IT
Andrey T (1 year ago)
ati radeon 7850m) same problem - doest suppot
Lucas Ferrer (1 year ago)
me to bro, when i search in amd for the driver they say for install amdgpu-pro but when i install and reboot... BANG! error...
one point u forgot to put your name in the video group, u have only installed the driver your desktop has no openGL support. ::: Configure ::: Ensure that your user account is a member of the "video" group prior to using the vulkan driver. You can find which groups you are a member of with the following command: groups To add yourself to the video group you will need the sudo password and can use the following command: sudo usermod -a -G video $LOGNAME You will need to log out and in again to activate this change. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Read help file before u make a video !!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/AMDGPU-PRO-Install.aspx
Ken Dominguez (10 months ago)
Please help. Done all of this but still balckscreen.
Not only you have to put your user to the video group, but after you do that and before the driver installation you have to logout and login again (or reboot).
Smit Shah (1 year ago)
I have AMD Radeon R7 M265, will this work for it ? Pls Reply.
Alex Stone (1 year ago)
+Smit Shah if you mean catalyst, no too damn old
Smit Shah (1 year ago)
yes, You can try it on ubuntu 14.04.
Alex Stone (1 year ago)
+Smit Shah ofc windows is supported, i thought there are other linux distro that does support
Smit Shah (1 year ago)
windows 10, 8.1, 8 is supported, i love Ubuntu but it's not worth that we can't even use the Decent G-card even after having it.
Alex Stone (1 year ago)
+Smit Shah which os is supported ?!?!!?!
Sky 4d (1 year ago)
hey i own a r7 360 and i did this process 3 times and when my computer reboots it dont pass the user login page, i guess my gpu is not suppported by thesse open source drivers.. had to switch from W10- Ubuntu -> W8.1 i guess if somewhat in the future there will be official amd drivers i could try linux again
Nerangen Pathum (1 year ago)
my installation was successful, however upon restarting my monitor turns off... and nothing happens there after :( I'm an R9-380 user
Not after this! You have to first put your user to the video group and then logout and login back (or reboot) and then proceed with the installation. Also you have to change the command a little bit with the user name of yours: If you username is neranjan, then you have to give the command "sudo usermod -a -G video neranjan".
morgogs (1 year ago)
Same :(. I think you need to run the "sudo usermod -a -G video $LOGNAME " after this.
toomoii (1 year ago)
4.4 doesn't support all the features, so should I upgrade the Kernel to 4.8/4.9? What's the best way to get a newer Kernel, so that it will still be updated automatically? Do I need to update AMDGPU-PRO manually or is this automatically? It said that FreeSync now should be supported under Linux. Are there any options to turn it on/off and setting target framerates like in Windows?
Dr. NGamer (1 year ago)
The MSI R9 390 is still not working on the driver. It cause hard flickering in games :(
Dr. NGamer (1 year ago)
the fglrx or the amdgpu-pro drivers?
Stryker A. Wolfe (1 year ago)
Dr. NGamer If 60Hz is your max than the only option is to get another one with higher refresh rate. But for me the 60 and 120Hz setting fixes the issues with flickering. 90 and 144Hz I get issues. It's weird but I can't go back to proprietary driver since I updated to 4.9.1 kernel and AMD doesn't support it yet.
Dr. NGamer (1 year ago)
ok thanks :D, but i have an 60Hz Screen. And how can i switch the refresh rate?
Stryker A. Wolfe (1 year ago)
Dr. NGamer It happened to me but I found an unusual fix. After wasting money on a second DP cable and DVI. I found that setting the refresh rate to 120Hz fixed it for me. As soon as I switched back to 144Hz the flickering and lags came back.
Dr. NGamer (1 year ago)
ahh good to know :D. But with Mesa it flickers too and hangs :( so i cant use it
Pino (1 year ago)
After you installed the AMD PRO driver, did you get the AMD Control Panel? What I mean is... After I installed the AMD PRO driver, I was not able to do any settings on the video card.
Psykoen (1 year ago)
what about the older ones like radeon hd 7800 series?
Tux29 (1 year ago)
how are these drivers?
StfN222 (1 year ago)
Can i install it on R7 370 ? Pls itsno logic that you can install on 260x and i cant on 370.
Tux29 (1 year ago)
but what are the main differences between AMD and its open source drivers and the side Nvida?
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
The 480 should be supported since it's on AMD's list officially. No idea about the 490, that card is not on the market yet.
Tux29 (1 year ago)
Pearl Radeon RX 480/490 as compoteranno these drivers?
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
In the case of my R7 260X, they were pretty solid. Performance could be better, but it's stable and very few bugs. Not sure about other cards. I know the 290 and 390 don't work with it.
ForsakenSquishes (1 year ago)
Will this work for ubuntu 16.10?
ForsakenSquishes (1 year ago)
Penguin Recordings yea I thought not. I've been going through hell trying to find a distro that I could get drivers on but it's proven to be frustrating and difficult
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
Unfortunately, no. AMD's driver still does not support 16.10. There may be ways to hack the driver to get it working, but I don't know the steps.
Diego Bernardes (1 year ago)
thanks dude, helps a lot..!
Friend, I'm sorry for my English. Thank you very much for sharing this video with us. Friend I followed the steps of your video, however when restarting my PC was an infinite black screen, I had no video signal ... What could be happening? When I used vgas from Nvidia, I always created a new Xorg.conf. I even thought if there is that too for Vgas from AMD. Appreciate your help! My Pc is an Asus Rampage Extreme 3, RX 480 XFX Black Edition 8GB, Intel Xeon x5660.
Before proceed with the installation of the driver, did you put your user to the video group? If yes, did you logged out and logged in again after that (or reboot) before the installation of the driver or you installed the driver just after you put your user to the video group? Also are you sure you installed the right driver? What version of Linux is installed in your PC? The right order: Put your user to the video group with "sudo usermod -a -G video username" (replace "username" with your username). Log out and login again (or reboot) and then proceed with the installation of the driver.
George Ntavelis (1 year ago)
I have an Hp pavilion (ab141na) with a10-8780p and a radeon r8 (cant really figure it out). Ubuntu 16.04 is booting only with nomodeset (grub). I tried the lspci -k | grep -EA2 'VGA|3D' i've got the following results: 00:01.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Carrizo (rev c4) Subsystem: Hewlett-Packard Company Carrizo Kernel modules: amdgpu Is it possible to install a driver to work with a decent graphics mode? I dont care if its 15.10 or 16.04 or 16.10. Please advice
George Ntavelis (1 year ago)
Awwww that was quick :) Thank you for your answer! Yes that is correct. Its an A10 8780p carrizo chip with an amd radeon r7 m360 according to hp site. At first i wasnt even able to boot the live cd (ubuntu 16.04). I dont know why, the operating system was halted and all i had it was a black screen. I have checked again and again the md5 hash and it was correct. I have read somewhere on the internet to put the nomodeset option to grub and try again. It worked, i installed the 16.04 of ubuntu and i thought that everything was ok. So now, i have everytime to edit the grub and add the nomodeset in order to have a gui. I never had an issue like this one before. I always enjoyed ubuntu distro because it is straight forward for a beginner like me. I dont know what to do really. I will try to follow your instructions :) Again thank you for your time :)
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
By default, when you first install Ubuntu you already have a driver. It's the open source AMD radeon or amdgpu driver. You should really only attempt to install the PRO driver if you need access to Vulkan, or you're checking for performance improvements. The problem here is your laptop is using a new chip called Carrizo, and if HP's webpage is correct you have an AMD Radeon R7 M360 discrete card in there as well. This means your laptop is in a Crossfire configuration most likely. AMD's CrossFire support is very bad on Linux. When you first install Ubuntu, are you able to access the desktop? If yes, then my advice to you is to use the open source driver you're using and not the PRO driver. To get the latest open source driver, you can install the Padoka PPA and simply update Ubuntu and restart. That should get you the latest amdgpu open source driver. It's possible to switch between the APU and the GPU, but I can't help you with that. Right now it seems you're on the APU only which is why performance may not be that great.
Rogerall (1 year ago)
hey help me what 82G33/G31 ?? =/
Rogerall (1 year ago)
Can not get two PPAs
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
With Intel graphics, you already have a driver installed automatically on Ubuntu. If you would like to update that driver, you can use the Oibaf PPA or the Padoka PPA. 1. Install either one of those PPAs 2. Update Ubuntu 3. restart. That should be it.
Rogerall (1 year ago)
intel graphics download ?
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
That looks like Intel graphics. According to Intel's page, it's Intel Integrated graphics from 2007.
Cerbereus (1 year ago)
great video, i like the smooth camara very pro from you doing that many tutorial videos make that zoom so fast that make me dizzy.
Fernando Perez (1 year ago)
Great video, but I was wondering can we verify the driver download some how? Both AMD and Nvidia do not provide checksums or even establish an encrypted connection.
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Jorge Romero (1 year ago)
y porque no pruebas opensuse?
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
I have not yet given it a try.
Jorge Romero (1 year ago)
probaste la version 42.2?
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
I just personally prefer Ubuntu :)
Gireg Gambrelle (1 year ago)
Thanks for The big help 😉. You da real MVP
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
Glad to be of service :)
Kosta Poumpouridis (1 year ago)
Thanks now i can run fine on my RX 480 :)
Penguin Recordings (1 year ago)
Glad I could help :)

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