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    PAE kernels do not run on non-PAE machines.

    PAE kernels do not run on non-PAE machines. Been bitten by this before. This is stated clearly in the article.

    I found the comment "time to upgrade" in the article frankly offensive. We live in a...
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    Okay, I added an extra path to my xorg.conf: ...

    Okay, I added an extra path to my xorg.conf:

    Section "Files"
    ModulePath "/usr/lib/xorg/modules,/usr/lib/fglrx/xorg/modules/linux/"
    EndSection

    Now the fglrxdrm loads fine:

    [ ...
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    Can't find DRM module

    Trying here on Debian, had to recompile the kernel with BKL enabled, then the DKMS module built fine.

    I tried with the usual "aticonfig --initial" to create a config file, then ran startx, I got...
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    Zack mentions is here all too briefly, and hasn't...

    Zack mentions is here all too briefly, and hasn't yet responded to the comment OpenCL based comment:

    http://zrusin.blogspot.com/2010/02/new-features.html
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    The last phoronix report on the subject is here:...

    The last phoronix report on the subject is here:
    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Nzc4NQ
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    I was sceptical when I heard they were going to...

    I was sceptical when I heard they were going to try to release a reverse engineered driver, but they are storming along there. Brilliant.
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    Note that using GEGL for operations is not used...

    Note that using GEGL for operations is not used by default and needs to be turned on:

    "By default the legacy 8bit code paths are still used, but a curious user can turn on the use of GEGL for the...
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