[SOLVED] I'm experiencing several X-server crashes since update from last Monday
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Go back to 220.127.116.11, brother! Looks like every ATI owner should do this sadly backward-step ... OR, go forward!
There is no love for us, in 18.104.22.168!
Well, maybe it's the kernel, the fglrx module doesn't compile with many kernels. Which graphics-card do you have? mine is relatively new. It was not well supported by fglrx when I purchased the laptop some month ago.
Last edited by markush; 01-13-2011 at 04:34 PM.
I'm running kernel 22.214.171.124 together with fglrx for my HD5850, but fglrx needs some patching to compile with newer kernels. I followed the instructions here http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1615594 to get it working. I didn't make a pkg though, I just installed the driver, you might need to add the --install flag twice for the installer script to work from an extracted fglrx package. (e.g. ati-installer.sh --install --install)
I've downgraded from current to 13.1 since I'm not yet convinced that my problem really was a kernel-issue.
I'm going to do what JackHair suggested and try out a patched fglrx-driver with a more recent kernel.
At the moment I'm running the stock-13.1 kernel and the 10.12 fglrx module, it seems to work.
I'll mark this thread as SOLVED, but user-experiences with the fglrx-module are still welcome.
Thanks to Darth Vader and JackHair.