On Thu, 2019-05-02 at 07:32 +1000, Tom Thekathyil wrote: > Hi Ben, > > Thanks for trying to help. You will note from my original report as > well as the follow-up on 28 April that I had installed the > 'firmware-amd-graphics' package and still get the error message. Ah, sorry. > # apt search firmware-amd-graphics > > firmware-amd-graphics/testing, now 201901 14-1 all [installed] > > # whereis firmware-amd-graphics > > firmware-amd-graphics: > > Despite above response I am able to install and remove the package > easily. But it makes no visible difference to the graphics or to > dmesg error message. [...] All the amdgpu driver is doing at that point is checking that /lib/firmware/amdgpu exists - which it certainly does in the main system. But perhaps the driver has been included in the initramfs without the firmware. (I can check this but it will take a while.) Does running "update-initramfs -u" fix the problem for you? Ben. -- Ben Hutchings Anthony's Law of Force: Don't force it, get a larger hammer.
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