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  1. Oh, so a game gets a few more FPS, and that makes...

    Oh, so a game gets a few more FPS, and that makes it great? Wow. Obviously doesn't take much to satisfy some.

    For others, we think that a few more serious bugs needs to be solved, and I predicted...
  2. Just like every other version of the crap ATI...

    Just like every other version of the crap ATI driver with a modern kernel, and I'm getting used to it:


    Backtrace:
    0: /usr/bin/X(xf86SigHandler+0x6d) [0x48586d]
    1: /lib/libc.so.6...
  3. Hi there Mr Bitch. Where's my hail? You told me...

    Hi there Mr Bitch. Where's my hail? You told me you'd hail me, now since it's clear that the driver sucks...
    And don't give me the only-r600 BS. No one was told that this driver would be r600-ONLY....
  4. OMG how much you and people like you disgust me....

    OMG how much you and people like you disgust me. You nullify peoples issues because they "should have known" that ATI sucks? So then it's Ok to suck, and people should stop complaining?
    No, whatever...
  5. Great. People are having huge problems. No...

    Great. People are having huge problems. No 2.6.23, no AIGLX.

    I said it would suck, and it sucked. I might not even download it... ATI did it again. Michael did it again.
    Could you just stop...
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    Fine. Title: "The New Driver Is Out". *sounding...

    Fine. Title: "The New Driver Is Out". *sounding like Peter when Cleveland says it's gonna be fun, s06e18*: It is?
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    Let me just summarize the flaws of the...

    Let me just summarize the flaws of the assumptions Xipeos has of me. After all, he's lying about Me, which is a bit out of the ordinary, and not really suitable here. And, he's making some tasteless...
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    So people predicting good things are ok, but...

    So people predicting good things are ok, but people predicting bad things are not? They are told to shut up? Are you taking somebody's side here, or what?
    And yes, I have the same knowledge of the...
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    I didn't ask about brand new (not even released)...

    I didn't ask about brand new (not even released) 2.6.23. To me, and most others (iirc) with x86-64, you can't use anything after (including) 2.6.20. That's terribly weak.

    I don't know what you're...
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    I Very much second to get information about that....

    I Very much second to get information about that.

    Also, will this piece of shit natively compile on 2.6.22 on x86-64? All I could find in the info was some crap about Fedora. As if everyone in the...
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    If you want to bash hardware manufacturers, I'd...

    If you want to bash hardware manufacturers, I'd like to raise a note about the AGP/PCI-E systems out there. Most of them can't address 64 bits of memory, meansing, they need to allocate the AGP...
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    What makes you think I'm not running a 64-bit...

    What makes you think I'm not running a 64-bit kernel? I am.



    I can't select IOMMU. Probably because I haven't selected EMBEDDED.. Why use either EMBEDDED or IOMMU in the first place? It's...
  13. Supporting them because they're the "little guys"...

    Supporting them because they're the "little guys" is like support Kim Jong-il, because he's the 'little guy' compared to Bush (yes both are very very evil, so they blend well in with a comparison...
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    I'm not certain atm how I do it, but I compiled...

    I'm not certain atm how I do it, but I compiled intel-agp as a module, and the simply removed the .ko file from /lib/modules... Works for me.
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    Yoshi's right. To find out what's missing, use...

    Yoshi's right. To find out what's missing, use your distributions package system. For instance, on debian go to http://packages.debian.org/ and at the bottom, search for the missing file -...
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    I run Debian unstable with my own custom-compiled...

    I run Debian unstable with my own custom-compiled kernel (2.6.20-rc1, because anything later crashes fglrx) in complete 64-bit mode, and I have 4 GB memory.

    You need to use "AGP memory remapping"...
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    You're right about sid being more current, but...

    You're right about sid being more current, but perhaps it only works for 32-bit, becase on 64-bit with newer kernels, it doesn't work.

    I'll have to repeat anyway: WHAT makes fglrx break on FC? I...
  18. The parts of fglrx which doesn't make it compile...

    The parts of fglrx which doesn't make it compile against 2.6.23, or any other version for that matter, is perhaps not open source, but we Do have the source for that. It's just that ATI treats that...
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    Could people please stop refering to problems...

    Could people please stop refering to problems with FC or any other distro? It's probably the same problems with numerous distros.

    I'm on debian, and I have NO idea what the problem is when running...
  20. Too frequent releases? Ever since I read ESR's...

    Too frequent releases? Ever since I read ESR's view on the American military and its major oversteppings, I just hate the guy, but he's got a few things about software development very well. "Release...
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