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I have Ubuntu Gutsy(7.10) 32bit with the propriety ati driver version 8.40.4, so do I need to uninstall that prior to installing the new one? If so, how would I do it? (btw, I used the easy method of running the .run file at the command-line)
In principle, the installer should handle replacing the packages for you.
Do tell me how you get on - in Feisty 64bit, the new driver is lovely, except that it's broken wine totally for me...
I'm using x200m and got it working. The results are less than stellar though. Some animations in Compiz Fusion are choppy. Scolling in most apps is choppy. I also get weird scrambled video when opening certain apps like firefox. But AIGLX is working, its a step forward.