Debian Hardware :: Get Drivers For Video Card R7 260X To Run On Wheezy?

Mar 22, 2015

Where should I get the drivers for the video card R7 260X to run on Debian Wheezy? Because it cant be from amd site, considering that I installed from their site, but when running apt-get check is said to me that there was the missing dependence fglrx-core..I also couldn't remove it, because it had other unmet dependencies... After long time attempting to solve on my own I just got enough pissed that I formatted the machine.Now I am asking here to find out what is the best practices when installing those drivers, because clearly I wasn't doing it right...

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Debian Hardware :: Kernel Modules - Four Drivers Loaded For Video Card

Mar 10, 2011

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This is the problem I run lspci -v which checks all drivers on my system and more. It says kernel driver in use is nouveau. Then under that it says kernel modules: nvidia recent, nvidia-96, nouveau, nvidiafb. So what it looks like I have 3-4 drivers for my video card loaded and one, nouveau, being used. I think they conflict with each other.

I'm trying to add drivers other then nouveau, because the mouse freezes with it. At this point I can't seem to get rid of nouveau, I go to terminal and type:
sudo apt-get --purge remove xserver-xorg-video-nouveau
And it says that it's not loaded so I can't dump it. lspci-v says nouveau is the driver being used and trying to dump it. It says it isn't installed. I'm confused. I want to dump nouveau, what should I do? I also go into Synaptic package manager and it isn't listed as being installed.

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Debian Configuration :: Installing Radeon Drivers For Wheezy?

May 27, 2011

I need some help installing the driver. I am very noob. so when I try to build a deb file with sh ati-driver-installer-11-5-x86.x86_64.run --buildpkg Debian/testing

# sh ati-driver-installer-11-5-x86.x86_64.run --buildpkg Debian/testing
Created directory fglrx-install.7aYYig
Verifying archive integrity... All good.
Uncompressing ATI Catalyst(TM) Proprietary Driver-

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Debian Multimedia :: Install Nvidia Drivers In Wheezy?

May 2, 2011

I'm having all sorts of problems after doing my first update (#1. safe-upgrade, #2. full-upgrade) in over a month.

Anything from no Nvidia linux-headers being found to any VT not working. After completely removing all of the previously tried Nvidia presence on my PC, is there a safe way for me to install the non-free drivers?

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Debian :: Installing Radeon 5770 Drivers On Wheezy?

May 27, 2011

I'm trying to install radeon 5770 drivers but it fails with this message.... same message when I use sgfxi

Code:
# vim /usr/share/ati/fglrx-install.log
1
2 Creating symlink /var/lib/dkms/fglrx/8.85/source ->

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Debian Hardware :: Fail To Install Nvidia Drivers In Wheezy

Apr 22, 2015

When i finish install debian7.8 wheezy in my Acer computer(graphics :GT750M+ Inter HD Graphics Family),

it appear:

"GNOME3 Failed to Load"
" Unfortunately GNOME 3failed to start properly anmode"
"This most likely means your system(graphics hardwcapable of ....."

i check system's Driver status:Gallium 0.4 on llvmpipe(LLVM 0x209) Experience Fallback so i try to install nvidia drivers in debian,but i have failed many times. everytimes i finish install nvidia drivers i 'startx " failed

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May 17, 2011

I got a new motherboard since my last one failed and this one has a Realtek RTL8168D/8111D PCI-E Gigabit on-board NIC. I noticed when I attempted to load Wheezy on her, she complained about the drivers not be listed in the Debian kernel. Is there a way I can slip in the drivers via USB or some other method so I can do a netinst of Debian on this new system?

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Does upgrade from wheezy to jessie modify print drivers....

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Sep 1, 2011

I need to install wheezy nvidia-graphics-drivers because my video card (geforce GT 425m) isnt supported on the squeezy version. I downloaded the wheezy source code and built it on my squeezy system, some .deb files where created, the problem is I dont know which of those to install, these are the files:

libcuda1280.13-1amd64.deb
nvidia-glx-ia32280.13-1amd64.deb
libcuda1-ia32280.13-1amd64.deb

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Apr 2, 2015

Fairly new to debian and linux and general. I have an install of debian wheezy (to run LinuxCNC). I went in the graphical interface to the 'monitor' section and changed the screen resolution. I had two monitors, one labeled monitor and another (I think) Lenovo Monitor.

There was a check box in the screen monitor window that said something like, "Don't use this display." I figured it might turn off the lenovo and default to the generic monitor listed. I clicked it and my monitor turned OFF!! I tried another monitor (Dell in this case) and same thing, no video output.

I asked on the LinuxCNC forum and googled, but I just dont' seem to be able to figure out what or how to get to the solution.

I have been able to Ctrl-Alt-F1 to open a terminal. But, I can't find any the right files and found that the xrandr command 'should' work, but doesn't.

Whenever I issued the xrandr command (other than man xrandr), I get "Can't Open Display"

I did find two outputs VGA1 and LVDS1 in this file /var/log/Xorg.0.log and this coincides with what I saw in the monitor window. These are the 'output' types and if the xrandr command worked I'd issue something like : xrandr --ouptut LVDS1 --auto

I read about xorg.conf, but I could not find any xorg.conf files in the etc/X11 folder. In some of the info I found, the xorg.conf was replaced in this or a recent version of Debian by something else and confuses me.

One person had a similar issue and he got to this directory: $HOME/.e/e/config/standard" and found files such as:
"e_randr.cfg" plus "e_randr.1.cfg" thru "e_randr.9.cfg"

But, I can't get to that folder. How to turn on my monitor display?

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Debian Configuration :: Video Mode Not Supported. Nvidia Unstable(Wheezy)?

Aug 23, 2011

Recently, I installed VVVVVV and discovered that when attempting to use fullscreen mode, the monitor displays "video mode not supported" for 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, and auto. After googling around for an hour or two (and only finding stuff from 2008-09) I have created a new xorg.conf from Xorg -configure and nvidia-xconfig. This doesn't seem to have had anyeffect.DebianRelease unstable (sid)Kernel Linux 3.0.0-1-amd64GNOME 3.0.2GeForce 7600 GSMonitor: Hyundai Imagequest

$ cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf
# nvidia-xconfig: X configuration file generated by nvidia-xconfig
# nvidia-xconfig: version 280.13 (pbuilder@cake) Mon Aug 8 15:37:15 UTC 2011

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Mar 5, 2010

I have bought asus notebook with nvidia geforce GT 320m, and installed ubuntu 9.10 notebook remix, and i can't found any drivers for video card, iam new in linux.

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Dec 26, 2010

I updated my video card drivers, but when I boot back up, I have no GUI and am given a terminal because it does not recognize the drivers. I have already changed "quiet splash" to "nomodeset" .

Specs:ATI Mobility Radeon 5650
500GB (7200RPM) Hard Drive (SATA)
Intel Core i5-450M processor 2.40GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.66 GHz
4gb of ram
Ubuntu 10.10

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Aug 26, 2011

Has anyone had any luck in trying to install wheezy (latest testing snapshot available) on any system with either a AMD/ATI 68xx or 69xx card?All goes well in the install, but on reboot, all that is seen is a "_" and no text, and it hard locks.I am pretty sure this is a conflict with the video card drivers that get installed by default (and which should be blacklisted), but I have no idea how to fix it.The recovery mode don't work either, it is the same "_" with no text, and it ends up hard locking. There is no chance at getting access to a console at all.

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Debian Hardware :: Ethernet Card Intel I217-LM Not Recognized By Wheezy

Mar 7, 2014

I tried to install the latest stable version of Debian (download yesterday : Debian Wheezy 7.4.0) on my new computer Fujitsu Celsius W530.The version installed is exactly this one (given by the commande "uname -a") :

PCNAME 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.54-2 x86_64 GNU/Linux
=> A Debian Wheezy 64 bit

I have a problem with the Intel ethernet card : I217-LM (the model was verified on the Fujitsu specifications and also on the Windows 8 I use on another partition).During the install procedure, Debian did not find the ethernet card.I continued the install without it and after I tried to make it found.I got a Linux driver in the Intel Web Site but I saw after that Debian loaded yet this driver (e1000e), so I did not install the driver from Intel (I needed to get linux-headers and to compil the files).

So when I force the system to load the driver, it gives no error but the device is still not found when I try to bringup the network interface.URL...

- understand why I see the Device (with "lspci" command) and the module "e1000e" (I tried also the "e1000" one) loaded with "lsmod" command ?
- make the card work to allow my debian for connecting to internet ?

Here some commands which can show you the problem :
Code: Select all~# lsmod | grep e1000
e1000e                120822  0
root@PC-DEV-JB-debian:~# ll /lib/modules/3.2.0-4-amd64/kernel/drivers/net/ethernet/intel/e1000e/e1000e.ko
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 184K févr.  2 02:04 /lib/modules/3.2.0-4-amd64/kernel/drivers/net/ethernet/intel/e1000e/e1000e.ko

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Ubuntu :: Reset Video Card Drivers To Default?

Jun 24, 2010

I was messing around with Ubuntu trying to make somethings work. Then i rebooted ,and I wasn't able to turn on Visual Effects. So I'm guessing that I must have replaced my video card driver with a non-compatible one or just removed it without knowing. So I was wondering "How Can I Switch Back To The Video Card Driver Ubuntu Came With?" Without reinstalling Ubuntu? Since I was able to at least switch on Visual Effects with it.

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Hardware :: Drivers For Old NVidia TNT2 Video Card

Dec 21, 2010

I just installed a nvidia TNT2 m64 video card on my AMD 2500+ Ubuntu Linux 10.04 on Gnome 2.30.2. (yeah, it's old). I'm trying to install the proper driver, but system>admin>Hardware drivers says there are no proprietary drivers enabled. nVidia synaptic packages installed (settings; common; modaliases 96, 173, current; xorg video). I used to have the same, or nearly the same card working great before some a**hole stole it. How to configure?

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Fedora :: Set Up Any NVidia Video Card Properly With The Proprietary Drivers ?

Jan 5, 2009

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NOTICE: Some very old nVidia Video Cards from more than 9 years ago might not work with this way, but just try this method because you'll see if there's a driver available for your video card in Fedora or not.

I have been noticing that it was hard to set up my own NVidia video card, and alot of other people shared the same problem as I had. I have been experimenting with some things, and here's what I did to solve it.

It's fairly easy, anyone can do this. Read and follow these instructions:

Install all updates. Although it seems unimportant, it really is.

Go to [url] and follow the instructions to install the free and nonfree repositories

Go to System > Administration > Add/Remove Software

Search the following: nv

Click everything which has to do with NVidia. Do not check the checkboxes yet, but read the descriptions. If you've found your video card in the description, check the checkbox at the left of the title.

Install the drivers by clicking "Apply" at the bottom of your screen.

After installing, go to Applications > System Tools > nVidia Display Settings

Set the properties of your video card, such as TwinView or higher screen resolutions.

After you've set it up, click Apply to preview your settings. Change some settings if you like, and then click Apply when you're done. DO NOT EXIT YET!

Click "Save to X Confguration File, but do NOT save the file. Click "Show preview..." and copy the text in the preview.

Go to Applications > System Tools > Terminal and type "su". Press Enter and enter the root password.

Now type:

Code:

Select all of the text in the document and delete it. Then, paste the text of the "Save X Configuration" window into the text editor.

Exit out of the terminal.

Exit out of the nVidia Display Settings application. Do not save anything from this application.

Log out and log back in to see the changes.

If you want to change some settings, repeat steps 7 - 16.

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Video Card Drivers - Monitor Goes Blank ?

Feb 11, 2010

So after I installed the ATI Radeon 3400 series video card in my machine, the Xserver cant start! after it loads, it takes me to the init 3. When I tried startx, the screens either go blank or doesnt let me.

I tried to install everything following this website: [url]

I wanted dual monitors but now I cant even get one. The xwindows doesnt appear.

Things I tried:
1. Deleted the xorg.conf and reconfigured (didnt work).
2. sax2 -r -m 0=versa (didnt work)
3. reconfigured the ATI radeon driver from init 3 (didnt work)
4. copy and paste the oold version of xorg.conf (didnt work)
5. tried to run set apt or dpkg-reconfigure command (commands not found)
6. tried xconfig and prompt the best I coudl (didnt work).
7. aticonfig commands (As shown in website) (also didnt work)

I have the live CD to run it from there but I dont know what to do once I get to the terminal.

Is there any way I can revert to previous configuration since the ATI driver gives me some problems? Like a restore function in windows?

How or what files I should change for the X-server to run properly (is there any other file than xorg.conf?....)

The monitors I have:
2009W Dell Monitor
1398 Dell Monitor (I wan to get the dual exntended monitor but it seems to gave me only the mirror image, thats why I tried to reconfigure the video card)

VideoCard:
ATI HD Radeon Mobile 3400 Series

Computer:
Dell Optiplex 680 (i believe) with SUSE 11.26 and x86_64 bit

Or if you can send me the xorg.conf file ...

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Nov 6, 2010

How is OpenGL support (specifically OpenGL 3.x) in the different video card drivers available for Linux?Assuming that the hardware supported it well, would the drivers be an issue?

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Oct 8, 2010

I wanted to try 3d desktop so i installed 3d support for nvidia graphics using the instructions on this webpage [url]

I Dont have nvidia i have ati so needless to say i have to gui when i boot up

It shows the fedora loading bubble then a blinking cursor.

I can get to a virtual terminal.

So how do i undo what i did I just want to get it back to normal i dont need 3d support.

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Debian Hardware :: Wheezy Doesn't Properly Support Proprietary Firmware For Wireless Card

Mar 17, 2015

I recently installed the XFCE spin of Debian (amd64) on my Lenovo L440. I tried installing it before, but apparently the 3.2 kernel that ships with Wheezy doesn't properly support the proprietary firmware for the wireless card, blah blah. So I wound up using Windows 8.1 for a bit, and then Fedora (boo). Anyway, with the wheezy-backports kernel (3.16.7-ckt4-3~bpo70+1) everything works like a charm. Everything, that is, apart from the sound card — the entire system is completely mute. Well, apart from the system beeper. I searched the forum and found another thread, but that guy was (for some reason) just running dwm — I figured XFCE might feature a more complete sound system. But maybe the output he gave will be useful in my case as well:

Code: Select alleirik@gerhardsen:~$ aplay -l
**** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****
card 0: HDMI [HDA Intel HDMI], device 3: HDMI 0 [HDMI 0]
  Subdevices: 1/1
  Subdevice #0: subdevice #0
card 0: HDMI [HDA Intel HDMI], device 7: HDMI 1 [HDMI 1]
 
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I also tried running alsactl init (as root), which doesn't appear to have made any difference.

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Aug 10, 2009

I've loaded Fedora and must say what a nice OS! But I'm having some issues getting the video working correctly so let me jump right into the issue. The video is very garbled and hard to read. can't seem to find a way to correct what would appear to be a driver issue. Here are a list of things tried:

- display works fine with Ubuntu

- display is clear but is chopped off when using an external monitor from onboard vga slot

The video card is an ATI radeon and the linux drivers from the ATI site don't work with the new images that are out yet.

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Feb 16, 2010

How do I check what video driver I have installed in the terminal? Then how do I install or yum install it? I wanna do everything through command line soz.. I have an ATI 4850 I believe.

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Apr 13, 2011

The installer has left me with 1,024 by 768 pixels and a driver that will not reach anything like the res my card and monitor will cope with. The display is currently blanking every 30secs or so for a very brief interval as well.

I may have missed something on the install but there didn't seem to be any opertunity to choose either a driver or monitor type. I was eating my dinner through most of it.

I had a brief flirtation with Mandriva and know that linux should be able to nearly fully support my monitor which is 1680x1050 by Belinea. Earlier open suse install gave the option of seting this sort of thing up and listed all of Berlinea's monitors as well.

The card is an nvidia 210 by Asus. Reported as a 200. I do not want to try installing an nvidia driver yet as I understand that there will be problems. Also I have a YAST ipv6 dns problem = no updates.

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Mar 25, 2010

After having a lot of trouble with vista and no chance of getting Windows 7 anytime soon, I decided to get Ubuntu and use dual booting with vista. I had recently installed it about two days ago and for the most part it worked pretty well. That is until I installed the driver for my video card, an ATI Radeon HD2600 pro, then things went down hill for me. Every time I try and boot Ubuntu it now goes to a black screen after the logo comes up and i am unable to do anything. I have tried to look up some solutions, but I am still relatively new to programing and some of this stuff seems a bit complicated for me. Is there a simple solution to this that does not require a reinstall?

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May 17, 2010

I've tried to enable the drivers for a Nvidia 8400GS video card on Ubuntu 10.04. I've tried change desktop background > visual effects. It tells me Desktop effects can't be enabled. Sudo jockey-gtk looks and tells me no proprietary drivers are in use by my system. I've tried installing from Nvidia's site and that seems to go okay but doesn't seem to work. I have an internal video card that can't be turned off in BIOS )either ON or AUTO) that might be causing me problems.Lspci:Quote:

ron@desktop:~$ lspci
00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation 82845G/GL[Brookdale-G]/GE/PE DRAM Controller/Host-Hub Interface (rev 01)

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Apr 11, 2011

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Feb 3, 2010

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what are the drivers I need for linux (if any) for my specific video card? what do I need to do? also which video card are best fit for ubuntu/ linux? note: I dont know what it is, but originally when I first installed ubuntu I did something and the visual effects had worked had worked and up until recently i may or may not have of messed with any thing could i have of touched something

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