[Wolves] Upgrade of ubuntu broke my display driver

Dave Morley davmor2 at davmor2.co.uk
Mon Feb 3 13:10:42 UTC 2014

On 02/02/14 14:37, Parminder Chauhan wrote:
> I upgraded my ubuntu to 13.10 and broke my display driver. I can't fix it.
> My graphic is Radeon HD 4060 which is not supported by fglrx new amd driver.
> in 13.04 I used  ppa:makson96/fglrx which worked. Now makson don't build
> package for 13.10 and suggest to use default driver. I tried to remove
> legacy driver but didn't work.
> I tried to install
> as http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2181190&p=12823425#post12823425.
> Now I can't get my system working. while removing legacy driver, it left
> me settings and stops opensource driver to load ( I Think)
> Any Help?
> If I need, which graphic card is good for UBUNTU 13.10+. I need HDMI out.
> Regards
> Parminder Singh Chauhan


This is the only info I managed to find for your issue.  It looks like
fglrx-legacy isn't supporting newer xorgs sorry.  The two main options
seem to be downgrade to 12.04 or grab the binary fresh from amd and
attempt building it yourself.

You make it, I'll break it!

I love my job :)

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