radeon

Asked by Hacknslash on 2016-05-03

After upgrade to Ubuntu Mate 16:04 the Radeon driver cannot run two Dell 24" monitors.

Clicking System > Preferences > Hardware > Displays > Untick Same image on both monitors.

I expected my desktop area to expand to two monitors wide, as all previous versions of Ubuntu and Ubuntu Mate have done.

However this time the desktop screen flashed on and off multiple times. There was no way out of this madness, so the computer was powered off. I have retried this multiple times with the same result.

Please advise what commands you'd like run or config files youd like, I'll email them to you or add them to this bug report.

Many thanks
Ian

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Hacknslash (hack-n-slash) said : #2

Yes, all those people have the same problem as me, so it looks like my
"upgrade" from 15:10 to 16:04 is really a "downgrade" / Scrap your pc. Well
obviously my time with Ubuntu has come to an end.

What OS shall i install now

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Disgusted

On 3 May 2016 at 17:13, actionparsnip <email address hidden>
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> Your question #293193 on xserver-xorg-video-ati in Ubuntu changed:
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Could jump to Debian. It's what Ubuntu is based on

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