ATI AMD HD2400 PRO kernel 3.10

Asked by anto88

Hi all, when I go to install the kernel3.10 on my Kubuntu raring <I have the problem that DKMS modules (of ATI HD 2400 PRO) are not installed. I hope as soon as possible to correct this bug. Best Regards Antonio.

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This question was originally filed as bug #1198454.

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Daniel Letzeisen (dtl131) said :

fglrx does not support your card on Raring. You can downgrade the Xserver and use the fglrx-legacy driver (I'm assuming that's what you've done), but that's not officially supported. I'm converting your support request to a question, as that's more appropriate.

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N1ck 7h0m4d4k15 (nicktux) said :

How you installed the 3.10 kernel ? 3.10 kernel they say that works good with the Open Source driver (radeon). As @Daniel said, your card is not supported by ATI in recent versions of Linux ( X >= 1.13).

Also if you installed the 3.10 kernel from mainline ( then you will not have many functionalities. Kernels there are only for testing proposes.

I suggest to revert back to the Original kernel and install fglrx-legacy through ppa:makson96/ppa


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Daniel Letzeisen (dtl131) said :

"I have installed the downgrade with these instruction:
And then I installed this kernel without error, so I ask if it's normal
to upgrade to kernel 3.10, don't touch DKMS that I installed with

Any module built with DKMS must be rebuilt whenever you install a new kernel, so yes, that's normal. There's nothing you can do except hope AMD/ATI updates their legacy driver to be compatible with newer kernels.

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