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  • #21
    MIRRORS PLZ!!!!? AMD's link is broken :'(

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    • #22
      Originally posted by DanL View Post
      Try the 32-bit link. Unless something's changed, it's the same download for both architectures.
      There is no 32-bit link. It's the same file, so it's still undownloadable.

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      • #23
        F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 ...

        I am really wondering what those improovements are. Video-accel would be really really nice

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        • #24
          OpenCL?

          I think it will be OpenCL. Some time ago they released a special fglrx driver that added support for it and I think that they merged the branches -- or maybe it was one brench from the beginning.

          If I'm right that won't be a major change though! The OpenCL implementation is still in the beginning speed-wise and feature-wise (no double support so far) and for users it provides no feelable change at all. For that to happen you'd have to wait for many months to come.

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          • #25
            Is HD3870X2 supported already?

            I can't wait to open the Release Notes and read that usual "HD3870X2 is currently not supported, if you have bought this card, FUCK YOU!, still no 3D on linux yet, :P"

            It's been a year and a half Ati, a year and a half, where is my 3D in Linux!?!?

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            • #26
              Holy Santa Claus shit!!! Older versions of the driver arent downloadable either.

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              • #27
                Will Catalyst 9.10 support 2.6.32 or just 2.6.31 kernel?

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by conholster View Post
                  Holy Santa Claus shit!!! Older versions of the driver arent downloadable either.
                  You can download the older versions by copy/pasting the new link and changing 9-10 to 9-9.

                  Not that excuses their mistakes and bumbled release.

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                  • #29
                    good this means that we can use kms?

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by evanjfraser View Post
                      You can download the older versions by copy/pasting the new link and changing 9-10 to 9-9.

                      Not that excuses their mistakes and bumbled release.
                      Thanks! The boss already started threatening with Windows7

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