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  1. I was setting up my Folding rig on Linux Mint Cinnamon, and yet once again, my AMD graphics card refuses to work. Seems as though the Linux kernel only favors the green team rather than red. Where do I download compatible drivers for my AMD card? I have: ASUS Radeon R7-250, 1GB GDDR5 I would have picked a subtle NVIDIA drop-in replacement, but the motherboard uses PCIE 2.x cards. It didn't have issues running this PCIE 3.0 card when I last used this as a gaming rig, albeit a bit bottlenecked. And in the past whenever I go install the drivers for Ubuntu and other Debian-based operating systems, it had locked me out of the desktop, crashed X-Window System, etc.
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