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Thread: aticonfig --od commands not functioning

  1. #1
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    Default aticonfig --od commands not functioning

    To put it simply I want to use aticonfig --od-gettemperature to get my gpu's temp for conky to display. Yet that command refuses to work.

    I'm running catalyst 10.4 with the radeon hd 4850. Here's the error message I get. It's as if the driver doesn't have support for reading my cards temperature which is absurd if true.

    Code:
    $ aticonfig --od-gettemperature
    ERROR - Get temperature failed for the Default Adapter - ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series

  2. #2
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    works for me
    Code:
    $ aticonfig --odgt
    
    Default Adapter - ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4850
                      Sensor 0: Temperature - 50.50 C
    4850 mobility + Ubuntu 9.10 + catalyst 10.4
    Sager NP8250-S Core i7-4800MQ/780m/32GB/128GB SSD/750GB Scorpio Black/1TB WD Blue(7mm) (win7 x64 pro)
    Acer Chromebook C720(i3-4005U/4GB) 128GB SSD(stable/crouton xfce)
    DIY ASUS P9X79/i7-3930k/64GB/multiple multiple terabyte HDDs(mostly WD 10k)/780 Ti SC (win7 x64 pro/Ubuntu 14.10)
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  3. #3
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    f'ing edit timeout
    Code:
    $ fglrxinfo 
    display: :0.0  screen: 0
    OpenGL vendor string: ATI Technologies Inc.
    OpenGL renderer string: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4850
    OpenGL version string: 3.2.9756 Compatibility Profile Context
    Sager NP8250-S Core i7-4800MQ/780m/32GB/128GB SSD/750GB Scorpio Black/1TB WD Blue(7mm) (win7 x64 pro)
    Acer Chromebook C720(i3-4005U/4GB) 128GB SSD(stable/crouton xfce)
    DIY ASUS P9X79/i7-3930k/64GB/multiple multiple terabyte HDDs(mostly WD 10k)/780 Ti SC (win7 x64 pro/Ubuntu 14.10)
    DIY ASROCK 990FX Extreme9/FX-9590/32GB/multiple multi-TB hdds/R9 280X

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    Do a clean install of your drivers. Probably you installed 10.4 on the 10.4pre shipped with ubuntu.

  5. #5
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    Drivers are installed clean on Arch. They're fully functional with the exception of the --od options with aticonfig.

  6. #6
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    where's the difficulty in typing:

    Code:
    DISPLAY=:0 aticonfig --odgt
    or

    Code:
    DISPLAY=:1 aticonfig --odgt
    or (if it's at /usr/local/bin)

    Code:
    DISPLAY=:0 /usr/local/bin/aticonfig --odgt
    ?

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