AMD FirePro™ and Radeon™ Pro Software

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Pro Driver

 

 

 

 

NameFile SizeRevision NumberRelease DateDownload Link
Radeon Pro Software Enterprise for RHEL 7.3 / CentOS 7.3135 MB17.Q1.104/07/2017Download
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Radeon Pro Software Enterprise for RHEL 6.8 / CentOS 6.892 MB17.Q1.104/07/2017Download
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Radeon Pro Software Enterprise for Ubuntu 16.04.2115 MB17.Q1.104/07/2017Download
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Radeon Pro Software Enterprise for SLED / SLES 12 SP262 MB17.Q1.104/07/2017Download
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17.Q1.1-Pro-Preinstall9.4 KB17.Q1.104/07/2017Download
Description:
amdgpu-pro-preinstall.sh​ is used to confirm that all required prerequisite files are available in order to successfully install the AMDGPU-Pro driver in Red Hat Linux.​
AMD Catalyst Pro for older Linux distros for FirePro W Series176 MB15.302.230107/26/2016Download
Description:
Package Includes:

               Display Driver
               OpenCL Runtime
               DisplayPort and HDMI audio driver
               AMD Catalyst Pro Control Center

Linux Driver Install Without XServer Libraries

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Release Notes

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Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Driver​

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Fixed Issues

  • System fails to boot to OS with DP1.2 enabled on RHEL 7.3.
  • Intermittent screen corruption on system restart after manually switching to AMD performance mode. System operates normally afterwards.

Known Issues:

  • System hangs when OpenCL attempts to allocate more than available system memory.
  • Deadlock when running Vulkan CTS dEQP-VK.synchronization.internally_synchronized_objects.pipeline_cache_compute test. This is caused by an issue in Linux kernel mutex which will be fixed by the patch https://patchwork.kernel.org/patch/9443007/
  • Xserver crashes when running Ansys V18 application on RHEL. Can be avoided by running the following two commands as root before launching the app:
    • “ln -sf /opt/amdgpu-pro/lib64/libGL.so.1.2 /usr/lib64/libGL.so.1”
    • “ln -sf /opt/amdgpu-pro/lib64/libGL.so.1.2 /usr/lib64/libGL.so”
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