Thanks a lot!
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Thanks a lot!
Sad to hear. In any case, if it has DRM in linux, you have lost a buyer.
I sent a tip to kotaku.com about Oilrush some days ago and I have sent another one today about this demo. If they don't say a word about these games I'll be very pissed at them. Any of you know of...
Very glad to hear, :D
Just an idea. I think goodoldgames.com could really benefit from starting to port their catalog to Linux (or at least making them as Wine friendly as possible), especially with Steam entering Linux...
Thank you very much!
Hmmm!, I'm intrigued, what do you mean by disabling the logo? I installed the Catalyst driver on various occasions to see if it worked and once (when it worked) I got the Watermark of "Incompatible...
Thanks AMD again for giving Linux support for another dual core card and once again totally forget about the HD3870 X2 in the new Catalyst drivers, :mad:
What do you need a port for? Just use "anti-wine" to run it on Windows, :P
Is this Mesa build exclusive to Fedora or will be available for other distributions too? I'm one of those GNU/Linux users that wouldn't know what to do outside of Ubuntu, :D
I can't wait to open the Release Notes and read that usual "HD3870X2 is currently not supported, if you have bought this card, FUCK YOU!, still no 3D on linux yet, :P"
It's been a year and a half...
Which means that Ubuntu will always be released with a six months old X Server from now on?
Thanks to both. Didn't know about these builds.
As an owner of a Radeon HD3870X2, long ago forgotten by Ati, I need to know: is there any possibility that this kernel is included in Ubuntu 9.10?