I had installed AMD’s fglrx in the past as the video driver for the graphics adapter, a radeon r9 360. I had removed it because each time the kernel was updated, fglrx failed to load and had to be rebuilt; quite the annoyance.
Is there a way to have fglrx rebuild automatically when the kernel is changed?
I am currently using the radeon driver. It is flawed: in the top 1/5 of the screen the mouse flickers annoyingly. The flickering reduces in frequency until it reaches the lower 4/5 of the screen where it is stable.
Where do I submit defect reports for the radeon drive?
Just to clarify, just not enabled in the default kernel… it does work, I have my Mullins (GCN 1.1) R5 running, I have it built as a kernel module, plus run a later version of xf86-video-amdgpu (Since Mullins support was missed).