upstream kernels currently have only headless support. We're still
working on getting our display driver accepted upstream but in the
meantime you can compile it yourself from
https://cgit.freedesktop.org/~agd5f/linux/?h=amd-staging-4.12. With this
you should have no issues booting to desktop with whatever displays you got.
As for the rest of our driver Alex can probably give you a better
picture but I imagine pretty much everything should be working on Vega
on that tree.
On 2017-08-08 04:12 PM, David Niklas wrote:
> I'm not seeking any secret info.
> I'm a Gentoo Linux user who wants to run some massively parallel
> I'm unwilling to wait and see what kind of support Linux gets because
> the annoying bitcoin miners tend to cause the price to go through the roof
> My current card is an AMD SI HD7780 by MSI.
> I know that currently some form of headless support already exists, but
> then I'd have to use crossfire (which does not work with the opensource
> driver AFAIK).
> I filed a ticket at AMD on 05/07/17 but AMD has not gotten back to me on
> this matter and like I said, if I wait then I risk having to buy
> something way out of my price range.
> --And I really have tried to wait till the last minute--
> Anything official or unofficial will do.
> I am planning to use the OpenCL language to do my MP experiments.
> BTW: I got the emails to CC from the discussion:
> [RFC] Using DC in amdgpu for upcoming GPU
> so don't worry that I have an email harvester or something.
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