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  • #31
    Thx for clearification, bridgman
    just hoping that xserver 1.9 support comes soon enaugh :P

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    • #32
      Originally posted by DarkFoss View Post
      The new Cat 10.9 driver works well with Adobe's new flashplayer pre-release square(indentifies as 10.2.. just watched some 720p hd content in fullscreen and a bit of xfinity as well ..haven't tried hulu yet.
      Off topic: Wow, where did the sun rise today . 64-bit flash plugin. (10.0 pre-release was working pretty good too.) Although not very surprising given they (pre-)released 64-bit plugins for Windows and Mac too.

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      • #33
        Does Heroes of Newerth work again with evergreen cards?
        Can't test right now.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by erpe View Post
          Does Heroes of Newerth work again with evergreen cards?
          Can't test right now.
          No it does not

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          • #35
            This is just sad, since 5 months same bug and no workaround or fix...
            Time to remove this crap and stick to the open source driver.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by DarkFoss View Post
              The new Cat 10.9 driver works well with Adobe's new flashplayer pre-release square(indentifies as 10.2.. just watched some 720p hd content in fullscreen ...
              I can confirm that on opensuse 11.3, 64bit.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by xpander View Post
                can you provide some links where i can download 10.10 drivers?
                cant find it with google somehow..too lazy to search several hours also

                thx in advance
                i think there is no need for a leak because amd will shot this into the 10.10 repo in less than 2 weeks-

                just wait.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by alphacrucis2 View Post
                  Just go to AMD's website
                  yes but you don't tell the full trueness you also need to hack the servers ;-) for the 10.11 catalyst

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by DarkFoss View Post
                    Thanks I just shot coffee out of my nose
                    LOL the best part: "can you provide some links where i can download 10.10 drivers?"---> "Just go to AMD's website"

                    and bridgman the timetraveling man spokes about the past in the future.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
                      they can't the opensource driver need much much more time.

                      an 50-100 card can handle 100% of all features of the opensource radeon driver

                      do you think amd can make profit on 50 cards ?

                      to get an OS driver to have a compareable feature set you need 1-2 years

                      do you think amd should just stop selling cards for 2 years ?

                      an R800 is an opengl4.1 card but on os you get 2.1 on 2 years you get ogl3+opencl+gpu-videoacceleration on shaders.

                      but for this you also can get an hd3870 or hd4670 on second hand marked for 50
                      I have now bought and using 110 card just for opensource(I would very probably go up to 200, if they were not so power-hungry in idle and there would be HD5xxx support already). There was no support - so I went to 4xxx.

                      In two years I will be targeting HD68xx and expecting opensource driver. If there are no changes, and it keeps up as current(no new gen drivers, prev-gen drivers require a LOT of setup and lack a LOT of functionality), I will have to seek closed source alternatives.

                      Cuz here is zero point to support open efforts, if they are just a part of big marketing scheme and are not considered seriously. And dont tell me about linux being voluntare or community, its NOT.

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