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AMD Catalyst 7.12 Linux Driver -- The Baby's In Surgery
I'm very happy, this will be a Great Christmas!
The driver is wonderful! Everything works!
- AIGLX and compiz still slow, firefox unusable.
- Now vlc crashes if I select opengl output
- With other outputs and AIGLX set to on, it's the world of flickers
- I don't want to test zsnes and xmame with opengl... I already know it's useless.
Please Santa Claus, bring me an nvidia and I will give you a radeon 9600 .
could you post a more exaustive log of what xorg does before getting that error, your xorg.conf device, server and extensions sections and what xorg, xorg-server and arch you're currently using?! the chipset model (r100 ... r600) or the board would also be useful. also would be useful to know which version was the last functioning version before upgrade.
how have you installed the driver?! ebuild or manual install?!
i'll test this in some hours and let you know if i encounter problems.
just mentioning the error without any other information would not be of great use if it hasn't been encountered before or if it hasn't been encountered in the same context as yours.
Very happy with this new driver release. I have a dual boot with an ubuntu feisty and a Linux Mint 4.0, and I don't succeed to install it.
First, on the Linux Mint (based on gutsy), a problem with the replacement of compiz-manager ... xdg, and I cannot remove one of the package now.
Second, on the feisty, after running the package creation, I got :
dh_install -pxorg-driver-fglrx "debian/compiz-manager" "etc/xdg/compiz"
cp: cannot stat `./debian/compiz-manager': No such file or directory
Thank you ATI for this very nice christmas present. At least, I succeed to install the previous version.
Edit : I have relaunched the download of the installer, maybe mine was rotten.
Modelines don't work either. I'm thinking of rolling back to the 7.11s. I mean, these drivers seem to have good performance and much better stability in games (no more segmentation faults in Nexuiz ), but running a 4:3 resolution on a 16:10 monitor can make eyes bleed.