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Catalyst 9.1 with "Composite & Video Support" leaked!

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  • #51
    Hahahaha

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    • #52
      Long way to go AMD

      I will halt all ATI video card purchasing decisions until I see a truly working Linux driver. Be it open source or not. period.

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      • #53
        does it support jaunty by any chance?

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        • #54
          Hahahaha

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          • #55
            hehe, yeah... I think I asked half a year(+) too early

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            • #56
              Does this fix OpenGL + Compiz at all or do GL windows still flicker?

              Regards, Freddie.

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              • #57
                who cares, compiz is broken anyway ;P

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                • #58
                  it did look fine (no flickering) when I tried a video on kde 4 with compositing enabled, up to the point where I switched it to fullscreen and the whole thing crashed...

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                  • #59
                    Originally posted by DeeZiD View Post
                    Are you joking?
                    Have you ever enabled compositing on a nvidia card?
                    I beg to differ. I'm running Compiz on my work PC with a GeForce 9500GT, and it's smooth and zippy under the 177.80 driver packaged with Ubuntu Intrepid.

                    That's with two monitors with different sizes and resolutions (one 1680x1050, the other 1280x1024), running TwinView with the desktop bridged across both displays. With compositing.

                    Is this really that unusual? It seems like it should be the norm rather than the exception.

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                    • #60
                      Originally posted by bridgman View Post
                      I'll see if I can find out what the situation is with R300 support.
                      So? Any news?

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