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  1. Kernel module compiles, but cannot be loaded (ver 8.6)

    The new Catalyst 8.6 driver has made it into Debian Sid, so I decided to give it a try (as I haven't updated it in a good while). When it came time to compile the kernel module, I did the usual "m-a...
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    While i like the overall feel of the new design,...

    While i like the overall feel of the new design, I think it could use the browser's width better. This is what I see:
    http://img480.imageshack.us/my.php?image=screenshotdz0.png
    The wasted space on...
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    8.39 - Not Worth the Bandwidth

    8.39 - Not Worth the Bandwidth
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    If you have both DE's installed, open it up in...

    If you have both DE's installed, open it up in both. It matches your current QT theme in KDE, but looks unthemed in Gnome.
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    Anyone notice this about CCC?

    That it actually looks different (better) when run in a KDE session than a GNOME session. Any ideas why that is?
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    The placement is better too. I use adblock in FF,...

    The placement is better too. I use adblock in FF, so before there would just be random gaps at the beginning of the article, now it is in the top corner and just makes it look like you want the...
  7. Anyone else notice that when running XGL, none of...

    Anyone else notice that when running XGL, none of the apps are aware that the desktop is in dual-head mode?

    I don't know if this is the fault of Feisty's XGL or the new driver, but now my panel...
  8. I have upgraded to the 3.36.5 driver. No weird...

    I have upgraded to the 3.36.5 driver. No weird video bugs, but amdcccle won't launch. It cannot find the file, even when I drag it into a terminal to launch it.
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    Run the command aticonfig --help It will...

    Run the command

    aticonfig --help

    It will list a few commands that you can use to setup your x.org. IIRC, there are two for dual head (ATI calls it big desktop). I typically use the second. I'd...
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