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Ubuntu Lucid Installation Guide

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===''1. Download the latest Catalyst package.''===
This package contains both the 32-bit and 64-bit driver.
<pre>cd ~/; mkdir catalyst{{Template:Catalystversion}}; cd catalyst{{Template:Catalystversion}}/
chmod +x ati-driver-installer-{{Template:Catalystversion}}</pre>
===''2. Create .deb packages.''===
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sh ati-driver-installer-{{Template:Catalystversion}} --buildpkg Ubuntu/lucid
===''3. Install .debs.''===
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sudo dpkg -i fglrx*.deb
=== ''4. Additional 64-bit instructions'' === --NOTE: If you have installed the "ia32-libs" package beforehand, you most likely you will not need to do this step.-- 
If you have a 64 bit install, the above dpkg command may complain that "Errors were encountered while processing: fglrx-amdcccle". This is because of a dependency of the amdccle package on 32 bit libraries. If you receive this error, issue the following command after the above dpkg command, which will force the installation of all of the 32 bit dependencies, and then the amdcccle package:
===''5. Generate a new /etc/X11/xorg.conf file''===
Before you do this, back up your current xorg.conf if you have one (Lucid does not have an xorg.conf by default)
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===''6. Force use of the new xorg.conf (if necessary)''===
Some people find that changes to xorg.conf don't get used by the driver. To force the ati driver to adopt changes made to xorg.conf, type the following command:
===''7. Test your installation''===
Finally, reboot the computer and type
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