Re: AMD Graphics and Gnome on testing (Jessie)
On 12/04/14 02:20 PM, Bruno Schneider wrote:
Welcome to the world of proprietary drivers. Every system update can
break the driver. You can either use the open source driver or
re-install the proprietary driver (if it works with the new kernel &
xorg). I'd stick with the open source driver as long as you are running
I'm having trouble with the fglrx module on a notebook with Debian
It was working well, then after a system upgrade on April 10, Gnome no
longer works. The upgrade included gnome, linux-kernel, xorg and
fglrx. By no long works, I mean:
Gdm3 no longer shows the list of users. It seem the notebook is on
graphics mode, but I can't interact with gdm3. I see a blank screen. I
can't find relevant errors on Xorg.0.log or .xession-errors.
If I go to a VT then enter "startx" I get the "Oh no! Something has
gone wrong." Gnome screen of death.
I tried reverting to the previously working fglrx version but that
didn't solve anything.