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    Thx bridgman for your fast reply :) Sounds...

    Thx bridgman for your fast reply :)

    Sounds good, I am a newbee to Solaris, thus I guess it will be ok for me :) I am just worring about the (alpha/beta) driver installation, but I got some Linux...
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    In other words, I can get a picture with my 4670,...

    In other words, I can get a picture with my 4670, but no acceleration.
    Correct ?
    I just want to fiddle around a little bit with Solaris, no fancy stuff planned.

    I hope it will work :)

    cheers...
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    Contract ? AFAIK AMD's releasing documents to the...

    Contract ? AFAIK AMD's releasing documents to the OpenSource folks, which are .. in this case employed by Novell ...
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    Hmm, So no RV730 in this release, yet. ...

    Hmm,


    So no RV730 in this release, yet.

    cheers

    Opteron
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    Ah interesting, thx for explanation :) I guess...

    Ah interesting, thx for explanation :)
    I guess I'll go with the 4670 and wait for the RadeonHD Team to fix the current problems. To me it seems not to be overcomplicated. According to the article...
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    What do you mean by "acceleration" ? 2D, 3D or...

    What do you mean by "acceleration" ? 2D, 3D or both ?

    So far I would be happy just with 2D, better than nothing ;-)

    I searched myself a little bit on phoronix, it seems like there is a RadeonHD...
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    Hi, does anybody know, if the 4670 is...

    Hi,

    does anybody know, if the 4670 is supported by OpenSolaris ?

    thx

    Opteron
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    Hi, you mentioned in your article that: ...

    Hi,

    you mentioned in your article that:



    Just found out that there is a perfect working package for mp3 support. The command

    # pkg install SUNWgnome-media-mp3
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