ATI Catalyst™ Linux Installer Note
The following packages must be installed in order for the Catalyst™ Linux
driver to install and work properly:
Uninstalling the ATI Linux Proprietary Driver
Uninstalling the ATI Linux Proprietary Driver is dependent on the mode of the
Automatic or Custom Driver Installations
If the ATI Proprietary Linux Driver was installed using either the Automatic or
Custom options, then do the following:
Launch the Terminal Application/Window and navigate to the /usr/share/ati
With superuser permissions, enter the command "sh ./fglrx-uninstall.sh"
You have now successfully uninstalled the ATI Linux Proprietary Driver.
If the initial installation of the driver was done via the Operating Systems package
management software (RPM, APT, etc.) then please use that package management
software to remove the ATI Proprietary Linux Driver.
Install Driver Option
The Install Driver option provides two driver installation options. The Automatic
option installs all driver components, and the Custom option allows for the selec-
tion of driver components to be installed.
Automatic Driver Installation Option
In order to use the fglrx internal AGP support, you have to make
sure that the kernel agpgart support is not active (i.e. it is not compiled
into the kernel and the kernel modules are not loaded). If the fglrx kernel
module detects that the kernel agpgart support is active, it will automati-
cally use that even if its internal AGP support is requested in order to
avoid conflicts that can cause problems under some circumstances.