tagline: From openSUSE
AMDGPU-PRO is the next generation closed source graphics component that operates on top of the open source AMDGPU drivers for newer AMD/ATI Radeon graphics cards.
This guide is to help you install the AMDGPU-PRO proprietary AMD drivers for video cards from Radeon GPU HD 7000 to most recent series only.
AMDGPU-PRO cannot be included and integrated into the openSUSE distribution because it is not licensed as Free and Open Source Software.
Check HCL:AMD video cards to select the driver that best suits your hardware first before proceeding.
Creating local repository
- Open AMDGPU-PRO driver page for Linux
- Find appropriate link for SLED/SLES, e. g. for Leap 42.2 select SLED/SLES 12 SP2
- Download TAR.XZ archive – this is compressed RPM repository
- Extract TAR.XZ archive anywhere in your computer (e. g. in /tmp directory)
Adding the repository
- Start YaST2, with the help of menu
- Click Software Repositories in the YaST Control Center
- Click Add, select "Local directory" and click Next
- Enter the path to directory (e. g. /tmp/amdgpu-pro-17.10-429170) and choose a name (AMD for example) for the repository
- Click OK
- Accept the repository gpg key
- Ensure its status is "enabled" and "refresh automatically" is also on
Installing the "amdgpu-pro package
- In the YaST Control Center, click Software Management.
- Search for "amdgpu-pro".
- Click Accept to confirm your changes.
The simplest way to apply these changes is to reboot.
- SDB:ATI_troubleshooting See what to do in case of problems.
- SDB:Configuring graphics cards