I've got a Lenovo G575 laptop that I installed Debian Squeeze (stable) on, and I've been having trouble getting the video drivers working. I've got a AMD Fusion E-450 processor with an integrated Radeon HD6320. The fglrx drivers in the repositories are from Catalyst 10.9, I couldn't find any info on whether they support the HD6320 but I think they're too old. The included aticonfig give an error saying no supported cards were detected. I tried installing the newest fglrx from AMD, based on Catalyst 11.11, but I got an error with that, too. I was following this guide
and got to the point where you generate .debs but it gave me an error. Here's the full command and error I got: http://pastebin.com/B7QrED5C
I also couldn't find my card in the supported hardware list at that wiki (http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Hardware
), and when I downloaded the drivers from the ATI Catalyst page I selected E-350 because E-450 wasn't on the list, only E-250 and E-350. It's not just linux E-450 drivers that are missing, because I selected the chipset before the OS. This must be a mistake on their part, right? They wouldn't have released hardware without any drivers, would they?
Here's the output from lspci -vvx: http://pastebin.com/2uSgmb6c
edit: I found some stuff on google after making this thread, I don't know why I didn't see it before. It sounds like they really did release the E-450 before releasing drivers for it, the hardware came out in August 2011 so hopefully we'll get something soon. People installed the Catalyst 11.8 drivers on Ubuntu, and it worked, but with worse performance than the opensource drivers. They did get it installed, though, and I'm hoping the 11.11 drivers are better.