SolydXK-8 / jessie: People with fglrx installed need to uninstall fglrx and fall back to radeon before upgrading to any newer system. fglrx is deprecated.
SolydXK-9 / stretch and SolydXK-10 / buster:
The repository provides radeon for older cards (before 2012) that don't support GCN but Terascale and earlier:
- Northern Islands: Aruba (Trinity/Richland), Barts, Turks, Caicos, Cayman (HD6450, HD6570, HD6670, HD6790 - HD6990, HD64xxM, HD67xxM, HD69xxM, HD7450 - HD7670) and everything before
- Volcanic Islands (GCN3): Tonga, Iceland/Topaz, Carrizo, FIJI, Stoney, R9 285
- Arctic Islands (GCN4) and Vega (GCN5): Polaris, Lexa Baffin Ellesmere, Greenland, Vega, Raven
- Southern Islands (GCN1): Cape Verde, Pitcairn, Tahiti, Oland, Hainan, Curacao, Trinidad, HD7750 - HD7970, R9 270, R9-280, R7 240, R7 250
- Sea Islands (GCN2): Bonaire, Hawaii, Tobago, Grenada, Kabini, Mullins, Kaveri, HD7790, R7 260, R9 290
@Arjen: You should maybe consider to change your solydxk-system screen to clarify that solydxk-system DOES NOT install any proprietary driver for AMD. It installs the OPEN driver amdgpu. And this driver should be installed by anybody except users with neolithic graphic cards. Your script knows them. So the warning (Don't install this if the open driver works) needs to go because amdgpu IS open.
Something to check for me later: xserver-xorg-video-amdgpu does not need the binary blob in firmware-amd-graphics.